We are ambitious as a school and find that being a small school allows us to give that extra care, guidance and support that enables all students to succeed. Ofsted May 2017 ‘Brownhills School continues to be good. The Leadership team has maintained the good quality of Education in the school since its last inspection’ ‘Leadership, Safeguarding and Teaching and Learning are strengths of the school.’ ‘Pupils comment on how safe they feel in school at all times.’ ‘Safeguarding Leadership is clear, thorough and compassionate.’ ‘Pupils are well supported as well as challenged, to ensure they make good progress and enjoy their learning.’ ‘A culture of shared responsibility exists among staff and Governors.’ A caring and professional approach contributes strongly to the positive ethos of the school.’Latest Ofsted Report
Brownhills is a thriving and vibrant learning community, where pupils are eager to succeed and teachers are passionate and committed. Visitors often comment on the warm and friendly atmosphere in the school and the buzz of activity that greets them. In school elected pupils play a key role on the School Council, and our student leadership scheme encourages organisational skills and responsible behaviour. Brownhills is a Healthy Eating School and all children are encouraged to follow a healthy and balanced diet. Brownhills is a community school in the broadest sense. Many other schools regularly use our 25 metre indoor pool, and local children can experience new activities via our popular after school clubs. Pupils are rightly proud of their fund raising activities for local and national charities.Admissions
In our school, pupils learn to express themselves with confidence because they feel supported and their concerns are respected and acted upon. Parents develop confidence in their child’s education through regular parents’ meetings and our open door policy. Teachers appreciate the mutual understanding that arises from this shared focus and commitment to success.Contact Us
A Farewell Message from Mrs Tomlinson:
After thirty five years at Brownhills School I will be retiring at the end of this term. I have been very fortunate to work with such committed staff members, Governors, wonderful children and supportive parents. I have told the students this week that although the job, like any job has been difficult and challenging at times, it has been extremely rewarding. It has been a privilege, on a daily basis to witness students learning, developing and achieving. Brownhills School is a very special community and I know I will miss it greatly. I would like to thank everyone that I have worked with over the very many years for enabling me to have such a fantastic time here and wish you all the very best for the future. I look forward to hearing about your future successes from the colleagues I will stay in touch with.