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Brookside Primary School

Children at Brookside Primary School enjoyed new years five and six classroom block, giving them something to aspire to as they work their way up the school.

Brookside primary school

The piece de resistance of the new two-storey building is the rooftop courtyard, with small gardening plot, greenhouse, theatre facilities, and chess board. Just like the secondary school, the children have their personal lockers, which line the hallway.

Head teacher Daniel Bishop can walk along this passage and check on the classrooms through windows decorated with project work, without the need to disturb the classes. These windows mean the rooms are extremely light, but blinds can be drawn for example, to allow children to change for PE.

Daniel Bishop says: "The building has been absorbed well into the school and has now become a place that children in the main school aspire to be part of. The space is very flexible and the separate intervention rooms and roof terrace in the Year 5 and Year 6 building allows for some real unique teaching opportunities.

The Nursery building has been a great addition to our school and the children love the space inside and the out. The key feature for me is the amount of light the building provides for the children within it. It truly is an inspirational space".

The self-contained block has its own play area with picnic benches at the side. At the front of the building, with a wildlife mural above the windows, is the single-storey purpose-built open plan nursery area.

The school, is part of the five-school Rosedale Hewens Academy Trust, and accommodates 720 students.

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