Brompton Westbrook Primary School

Sure Start Introduction

A warm welcome is always awaiting you and your family at the Brompton Sure Start Children's Centre, based within the school site. We are here for you, from your pregnancy, right through to your child's transition into primary school. 

Our enthusiastic and committed staff are highly trained. They are always available with a listening ear, offering support for you and your family, whatever your needs.

A wide range of activities are on offer providing opportunities to learn new skills and develop confidence whist having fun. Your child can make new friends as they play, while you may need advice on family matters, job training or childcare while having a coffee and a chat with others.

The health visitors and midwives run clinics from the centre, (please see timetable) offering health and parenting support. 

Meet the Team, Gillingham Cluster (Brompton, Burnt Oak & Saxon Way) 



Cluster  Manager - Sarah Adams

Cluster Teacher - Chris Atkins

Cluster Admin & Receptionist - Sabrina Kennedy

Community Liaison Officer (CLO) - Jan Morrison, Sue Toman, Veronica Collins & Carley Cheeseman

Early Help Worker (EHW) - Nicky Silby & Donna Foley

Specialist Inclusion Worker - Amber Whitefield

SEN Inclusion Worker - Dawn Adams


Should you need to contact Sabrina or any member of the Sure Start team, please call us on 01634 844152 (option 1).


Our Mission 

 support our community, families and children to grow, share, love and laugh


The timetable 30th Oct - 21st Dec is available to download HERE, or from the Pavilion.  You can also find information on our Sure Start Notice Boards at the main entrance of both Brompton Westbrook and St. Mary's Island Primary Schools.  The programme of activities take place at the Centre and The Lampard Centre, a local community centre. 


There is a wonderful collection of books for both children and parents in the lending library.  These can be found in the Pavilion. Come and borrow a book today! 

Extra Events

During the holidays we organised activities for parents/carers and their children, within the community.  Over the summer of 2016 we had a significant number of families attending our wide range of activities. 

  • Throughout the year we hold extra events, these include:  Culture mornings, talks on various subjects, forums for parents and charity events.