We wanted a lasting memory of Mr Brook for future children and so have named it the 'Brook Pavilion'.
Mrs Picton gave a dedication speech to the children and families, following which Mrs Jane Brook revealed the new plaque.
Mrs Picton's dedication speech:
David Brook loved Sport's Day - he said it was one of the best days of the school year. He was passionate about children taking part in sports which were competitive and also fun. He was passionate about every child achieving their best in sports and in life - in short he was passionate about giving opportunities to children to succeed.
First and foremost a family man - David Brook combined his love of teaching and sport in to his role of coach at school level and club level. His encouragement and skill gave children the best chance to flourish in sports and PE - and they did.
Today we celebrate all David Brook has taught us - children and adults.
His determination and fortitude during his illness is an inspiration for anyone who faces a challenge. His ability to take the positives from any situation and develop them into something wonderful gives us all a clear message to do the same, today and always.
His resilience in the face of illness gives us all hope and his determination to overcome the barriers in life gives us a role model to follow.
Sportsmanship was the foundation of his teaching, and children, today, there will be some of you who win, and some of you who don't, but you are always winners by taking part, individually or as a team, and by being the best sportsperson you can be.
Mr Brook was passionate about making lasting memories for children and to honour him for today's children at Sir RObert Hitcham's and for generations to come we name the pavilion the 'Brook Pavilion'.