CONTENTS: Vision and Ethos
– Ofsted Report
– School Development Plan
– Additional Curriculum Info
Vision and Ethos
Eastbrook School enables all young people to develop and follow their ambition with confidence. Excellent teaching, preparation for challenge and a coaching culture ensure that all can make exceptional progress. Our inclusive ethos ensures equality and justice for all. We all contribute to a fair, confident and purposeful community in a welcoming, supportive and stimulating environment. Students are supported in developing safe and increasingly self -regulated behaviours that contribute to their own success and the well-being of others. We all listen, respect and reflect. We celebrate success and grow from mistakes. All students are well prepared for the next stage of their learning journey. Eastbrook provides
- A stimulating environment where learners can take risks and face challenges
- Opportunities for leadership, community involvement and business links
- A structure for learners to develop each individual’s talents and abilities within a curriculum that promotes lifelong learning
- Ambition and determination
- Consideration for others
- Respect and honesty
- Responsibility and commitment
- Listening and questioning
- Cultural understanding and appreciation of local, national and international achievements and aspirations
- Pride in the school community with a value and respect for difference
- Open ended thinking and problem solving
- Consultation not confrontation
- A sense of achievement and personal pride
We are all proud of our school and we know that we play an important role in the wider community. We promote educational success for all and an enthusiasm to understand communities whose lives and experiences differ from our own.
Admission to Eastbrook
Admission details can be found on our ‘Join Us’ page by clicking here.
Governors View Eastbrook School Governing Body
Eastbrook School’s most recent Ofsted Report can be viewed here
. The report can also be found on Ofsted’s website by clicking here.
All school policies can be found on this page
Safeguarding at Eastbrook
Eastbrook School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This means that we have a comprehensive Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and strong procedures in place which we refer to in our prospectus and here on our web site. All staff (including supply staff, volunteers and governors) ensure that they are aware of these procedures.
Parents and carers are encouraged to read the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy which can be found alongside all school policies here
. We are committed to working in partnership and share relevant information with other agencies when there are concerns about a child’s welfare. We will ensure that our concerns about our students are discussed with parents/carers first unless we have reason to believe that such a move would be contrary to their welfare. Our Designated Safeguarding Officer is Cherelle Hinds, who works closely with the Headteacher, Paul Frith and the Designated Governor for Safeguarding, Gill Ellis.
School Development Plan & Evaluation
View our School Development Plan
Sixth Form Curriculum
Students at Eastbrook School follow a broad, balanced curriculum which includes:
- the national curriculum
- promotion of the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of students
- preparation of students for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life
A list of subjects offered at our Sixth Form can be found on our ‘Join Us’
Additional Curriculum Information
If you require more information about the school curriculum please contact: Mr M Hickman – firstname.lastname@example.org