Welcome to Gordonbrock School

Gordonbrock School is part of the Eliot Bank & Gordonbrock Schools Federation

We believe in the creation of a culture in which difficulty is seen, not just as normal, but as beneficial - where mistakes are seen as valuable. A mistake is another learning opportunity and children know that their classrooms are safe places to try new things.

We are committed to fair and equal access to the curriculum for all children, regardless of their starting points and taking into account any additional needs they may have. We are highly aspirational for all of our children and we do whatever it takes to enable them to overcome barriers to their learning. In many cases we have to think ‘outside the box’ if we are to ensure that a child maximises his/her potential. We work together to do what it takes, and we do not give up.

All of this is underpinned by our unwavering commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children. We will act quickly and follow our procedures to ensure children receive early help, effective support, protection and justice in a culture of transparency, openness and, if needed, challenge with regards to maintaining high standards in safeguarding.

Jane Wright, Head of School

Latest News

Macaroni Woods - Girls Football Weekend

The girls had a fun packed weekend which included getting to know girls from 3 other schools, collecting eggs, riding biked, exploring woods and playing lots and lots of football.

There were three different competitions, starting with a penalty shootout on Friday evening.

On Saturday morning the girls were mixed up for a 3x3 competition.

In the afternoon the team played the schools tournament.  All four teams were strong this year and it was hard work to get to the goal.  After a gruelling couple of hours the girls played Beecroft in the third / fourth place and they won, so their final position was third.

All the girls received a medal and the team was presented with the third place cup.

The girls had lots of time to have fun and they were keen to get outside and look for eggs or ride around the grounds on bikes.

Ofsted Inspection - 19th March 2019

Ofsted will be visiting Gordonbrock School on 19th March 2019 please see the two letters below for more information, the letters explain why we inspect schools, and what happens during an inspection.

If you are a registered parent or carer of a pupil at the school, you can tell us your views about the school by completing Ofsted's online survey, Parent View.  The inspectors will use the online survey responses when inspecting your child's school.

To complete the parent view questionnaire please click here.

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