Brune Park Community School
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|Motto||Toujours Prêt (Always ready)|
|Chair of Governors||Claire Ruddick|
England, United Kingdom
|DfE URN||116472 Tables|
|Houses||Gielgud, Hepburn, Lennon and Fonteyn|
The name comes from the Prideaux-Brune family who donated the land on which the school is built to the local education authority for the purpose of establishing a school. The school's crest is based on the Prideaux-Brune coat of arms, and the motto is toujours prêt (always ready).
The school was opened at its current location in 1965, amalgamating the existing Central School with the Grove Boys' and Girls' Secondary Modern Schools.
The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) rated the school as 'inadequate' in June 2016. following this report, Ofsted placed the school in special measures, with plans to convert it to an academy in 2017.
- "Brune Park Community School - Inspection dates 26–27 April 2016" (PDF). Ofsted. 13 June 2016. Retrieved 10 December 2016.
- "Gosport school put into special measures after Ofsted rates it as inadequate". The News (Portsmouth). 10 June 2016.
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