Welcome Note from Mr. Thompson

Thank you for taking the time to look at our school website. We hope that the information we share here is useful for our children and parents as well as prospective parents who are considering Brentnall as their child’s school.

I have been Headteacher here now for over 7 years and I believe Brentnall is a great place for children to learn in a safe and nurturing environment. I am supported by hardworking and determined staff who, together with our wonderful parents ensure that our children achieve the best they possibly can

My philosophy is that all children deserve the best possible start to their lives and all staff at Brentnall aim to achieve this outcome. Everyone in our school belongs, and is a part of our happy and caring ‘school community’.

We have 3 core values in school – We Learn, We Respect and We Succeed; everything we do at Brentnall is underpinned by these values.

Successful education is all about working together and we welcome parental and community involvement in every we do. There is always a welcome at school for you to share in every stage of your child’s development.

At Brentnall, we value every child and encourage them to develop socially, emotionally, academically and physically to achieve his/her full potential in every aspect of their school life. We aim for every child to leave Brentnall as life-long learners who, have academic skills and emotional resilience to take on any challenge that the 21st Century life offers them. Your school days are meant to be the best days of your life and we strive to make this a reality for the children who come to our school.

We hope that you share our values, to be the best we can be for all of our children and look forward to working with yourselves and your children for many years to come!

The best way to see what a fantastic school Brentnall is to come and visit. Please contact the school office on 0161 921 2260 who will happily book an appointment with either myself or one of our senior leaders.

Kindest regards,

Matt Thompson