Being a Church School
Brooke Primary school is a Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary school.
One of the aims of the school is:
To develop an appreciation of Christian beliefs, practices and values and to respect and be sensitive to other people’s beliefs, faiths and cultures.
Our school values guide our vision and what being a church school is. Our values are :
Love, Kindness, Togetherness, Wisdom and Resilience
What do we mean by ‘distinctively Christian’?
At Brooke we want children to grow into resilient, curious, successful people who develop academically, personally and spiritually. The heart of our ‘distinctiveness’ is to provide opportunities for children to experience the mystery and wonder of our world, and to share how the Christian faith has enriched our world through text, music and art, and through values such as love, kindness, togetherness, wisdom and resilience.
Through our extremely close links with our Parish church, St Peters Brooke, we enable children to experience the depth and mystery of Christian faith, whilst also recognising the many faiths that are represented amongst parents and children at the school.