Inspire: Learning, growing and achieving together!

Brooke Primary

01508 550419

High Green, Norwich, Norfolk, NR15 1HP

Mr Alex Griffiths

Ms. Tori Weal

Our Ethos

A small federation of small schools in South Norfolk. We are making the schools that we would have wanted to go to. By working together in collaboration, we improve one another and support each other to grow. Sunflowers are known for their resilience and symbolise hope, happiness, and growth. Our federation nurtures childrens’ academic, personal, and spiritual growth. It inspires children, staff, and parents to strive for excellence in all aspects of their life, just as sunflowers grow towards the sun and reach their full potential.

The roots, for Brooke CE VC’s church foundations, indicate that we are rooted and grounded in God's love, which is at the core of all our actions and educational philosophy. The stem represents our curriculum, which provides a strong foundation for our children across both schools to grow and thrive. The leaves symbolise our values, which drive our decision-making and behaviour. The petals are indicative of our key focuses such as DEI, careers, and compassion. Lastly, the bees and butterflies that are flying away from the sunflower represent the things that we want our children to leave us with, which are the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to make a positive impact in the world.

Hempnall Primary School

01508 499264

The Street Hempnall, Norwich, Norfolk, NR15 2AD

Mr Alex Griffiths

Mrs Sarah Lewis


01508 550419

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Parent/Carer Links

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Keeping Your Child Safe Online:

Online Games

Spending more time indoors means that children may be spending more time online, but its important to keep them safe. National Online Safety have some great guides on certain platforms including Minecraft, Fortnite and Roblox. Its important to keep communicating with your child about the games they play, and what contact they have with online players. 

The NSPCC have some great tips on signs of online bullying, grooming, sending images and sharing personal information online, and in-game purchases; giving advice on how to handle these situations, and providing helpful animated videos that you can watch together and talk about.

Its also important to remember that young people use platforms such as Discord and Reddit to text, call and video chat while playing games. Its important to monitor these interactions and make sure you know the person your child is taking to.

Inappropriate Content

With the current pandemic, children may see frightening content online. Some of this may be fake news or just distressing content. It is important to have conversations with your child about what's happening in the world, and how they feel. Here is a helpful page on how to talk to your child about Coronavirus, including virtual contact with family and friends, and also creating a routine for day to day life. If you are worried about your child's mental health, its best to book an appointment with your GP. 

As children start to explore the internet, they may come across content that isn't suitable for their age, or that may upset them or worry them. Its important to reassure your child that what they may have seen is not appropriate for their age, and reassure that they can come to you if they feel they've seen something inappropriate. Net Aware has detailed profiles on platforms online, along with instructions on how to block content on social media.