Welcome to Brinsworth Manor Infant School

Our Mission Statement

Our school is a learning community that tries to make the world a better place.


At Brinsworth Manor Infant School, we aim to foster a love of life and learning by providing children with quality first hand experiences. We provide a happy, caring environment where children feel safe and show respect.








School building


Our School

Our staff have high expectations of every child and encourage them to be the best they can be. Children are nurtured and positive relationships formed so that children learn to become comfortable with themselves, each other, adults and the world around them.

Enjoy Learning at Brinsworth Manor Infant School.

Our latest Ofsted Report November 2018

On the 13th of November 2018 we were visited by Ofsted. We are now delighted to announce that the outcome was that our school remains 'good'. We are blessed to have such wonderful children and staff and we will always do our very best to continue to improve further. You can read the full report, which can be on our 'Information for Parents'... 'Documents and Policies' page. It will also be published on the Ofsted website from the 6th of December. 


Word of the week

Every week we have a word of the week next. Please use this word with your child and encourage them to say it in as many sentences as possible!

Week beginning 1st April: Desperate

Week beginning 8th April:  Unique

Week beginning 29th April:  Fascinating

Week beginning 6th May:  Glorious

Week beginning 13th May:  Colossal

Week beginning 20th May:  Overwhelming





Our attendance target is 95.5%. Each week, during star assembly, the class with the highest attendance will win the monster  teddy and a certificate!

Have a look at our Attendance Race in the cloakroom to see which class currently has the best attendance!

School Council

Our 2018-2019 School Council members this year are:

Caterpillar Class: Jude

Bee Class: Jacob

Flamingo Class: Isabel

Penguin Class: Joe

Robin Class: Fiona

Zebra Class: Alicia

Tiger Class: Emily

Giraffe Class: Jack

They will meet with Miss Lilley each half term to talk about what they like and what they would improve about our school.

Kevin Robinson Award

Every year each teacher nominates a child for the Kevin Robinson Award.

The winners of "The Kevin Robinson Award for Kindness and Being a Good Friend to Others" 2018 are:-

FS1 (am) - Jude Pyecroft

FS1 (pm) - Faith Nicholson

Class 9 - Ela Kurtaran

Class 8 - Zayn Fazal

Class 7 - Joe Glossop

Class 6 - Isabelle Tracey

Class 5 - Megan Pickering

Class 4 - Danielle Greaves

Class 3 - Jaime-Grace Davies-Swift

Class 2 - Lyla Cunningham

Class 1 - Charlie Swift


The overall winner, chosen by the Governors, is Joe Glossop.


Well done to all of our winners!!

How to find us

Brinsworth Manor Infant School
Brinsworth Lane
S60 5BX

Tel: 01709 828187

Email address: brinsworthmanorinfants@rotherham.school

Please contact Theresa Bradley in the school office if you have any queries.

Brinsworth Manor Infant School




School Day




School doors open               


‘Morning job’ for child and parent/carer in FS2 + Year 1 classrooms

Independent job/carpet time for children in Year 2 classrooms


Parents/carers leave. Register time




Morning lessons begin for FS2, Year 1 and Year 2 children


Playtime for Reception children


Playtime for Year 1 and Year 2 children


Lessons continue


Morning Nursery session finishes


Afternoon Nursery session begins

12.00 noon

Lunch time begins for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2


Afternoon lessons begin


Afternoon Nursery session finishes


School finishes





Donation to Rotherham Hospice

Thank you to everyone who donated after our Christmas Concerts. We donated a grand total of £313 to Rotherham Hospice. Thank you.




Thank you to Riverside Catering and the ladies in our school kitchen for baking buns for our Macmillan Coffee Morning. We raised £170. Thank you to all the parents and children who also contributed and donated!