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R e a c h t h e B e s t Inside this week’s issue:
R e a c h t h e B e s t Inside this week’s issue:
R e a c h t h e B e s t Inside this week’s issue:
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Inside this week’s issue:

Yr 3 Science Museum

Forthcoming Dates

What makes our lunchtimes great?

Playground/Parent Mail

Week 2 Menu

History theme week

Gold Book Entries

Weekly Attendance

And finally— Infant Parents

Forthcoming Dates:

Monday 16th January Yr 4 Trip Science Museum Tuesday 17th January Olympic assembly Monday 13th February Half term week Tuesday 21st February Yr 3 Trip to Natural History Museum Tuesday 28th February Governors Meeting Wednesday 29th February Cross Country Thursday 8th March Y6 class to British Museum Friday 16th March Y6 class to British Museum Wednesday March 28th CRIBs Easter Play

to British Museum Wednesday March 28th CRIBs Easter Play Y EAR 3 V ISIT TO THE
to British Museum Wednesday March 28th CRIBs Easter Play Y EAR 3 V ISIT TO THE
to British Museum Wednesday March 28th CRIBs Easter Play Y EAR 3 V ISIT TO THE
to British Museum Wednesday March 28th CRIBs Easter Play Y EAR 3 V ISIT TO THE

YEAR 3 VISIT TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM

On Thursday 5 th January, Year 3 visited the Science

Museum in London. The purpose of the visit was to help them understand the range of materials we use in everyday

life and how they are suited to their purpose. They found

out why different materials are used when producing

clothing, what materials are found in the home and how

some materials are used to replace parts of the body. They also explored the importance of recycling and reusing materials. This is the first time that this year group has had the opportunity to use public transport on a trip and their behaviour was exceptional. So well done to Year 3 and many thanks to Miss Wilson and Miss Whennell for organising the day and for the teaching assistants and parents who helped.

thanks to Miss Wilson and Miss Whennell for organising the day and for the teaching assistants

Brampton Primary is a restorative school where the initial response to conflict is to find a solution where things are put right, the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet all the schools responsibilities.

the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet
the victims needs are met whilst also meeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet

Page 2

Brampton Bulletin

WHAT MAKES OUR L UNCHTIMES G REAT?

“I like my packed lunch because it’s so yummy. I like lunch because they are healthy and I like potatoes.” Oliver and Kyle in RJ “I like eating because I eat it all up. I like my sandwiches and crisps.” Lewis A in RB “You get to eat noodles, potatoes and fish and chips.” Macey in 1W “Because it’s fun because you get to play all the time. I play hide and seek with Molly and Eva.” Ruby in 1B.

“I like my lunch. I like eating a lot. I like every Friday we have fish and chips and puddings. I like iced buns in week 3.” Rowan in 2B “You get to eat when you’re starving and you can eat packed lunch so you can eat your own food from home, stuff that you like.” Jemima in 2PW

“ Because I can play on the playground with my friends. When I’m upset my friends come over and help me.”

George in 3W “Because people are kind and helpful, if someone falls over someone will come over and help them.” Dylan in

3WH

“ Now we have a new playground it is more fun, we have loads of time to play.” Jack 4C

“Because there’s lots of things to do in the playground, everyone is playing with each other. We play snakes and ladders and sly wolf.” Lucy in 4H

“ We get lots of equipment to play with. The teachers come to us if we are lonely.” Ted in 5C.

“Because there’s loads of games to play and you are allowed to play games you want to play and you have fun on the playground.” Ellie in 5B.

“Because I always have someone to play with and so I’m never alone and my friends always make me happy.” Bethany in 6S.

alone and my friends always make me happy.” Bethany in 6S. “ You get pleasant smells

“ You get pleasant smells of a healthy meal. On Friday you get a

treat—a meal you really enjoy like fish and chips.” Michael in 6M

meal you really enjoy like fish and chips.” Michael in 6M new games and activities painted

new games and activities painted

onto our Infant play ground. All the

children are enjoying using these

and have commented on how much

more fun it is now at playtimes.

Parent Mail

Infant Playground

Over the Christmas holidays we had

We are pleased to announce that we are currently only needing to send out 66 paper copies

of our weekly newsletter. This is our lowest number since the scheme started. This is

helping us to keep our photocopying and paper costs down and means you can receive

perfect quality electronic copy, ideal if you wish to save any issues. You will also

immediately receive any other information sent out electronically, eg reminders regarding

school events such as the photographer coming in. If you would like to sign up to our Parent

Mail scheme please pass your email address into the school office.

coming in. If you would like to sign up to our Parent Mail scheme please pass

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SCHOOL MEALS W EEK BEGINNING

- 16 TH J ANUARY 2012

 
 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Meat

Cheddar & Tomato or spicy Chicken Pizza served with Pasta

Beef Lasagne

Roast Beef with Roast Potatoes & Parsnips

Pork Pattie with Mash & Onion Gravy

Jerk Chicken with Chipped Potatoes

Fish or

Vegetable Chilli served with Crusty Bread

Tuna or Cheese Wraps with Sweet- corn Salsa & Rice

Cauliflower & Broccoli Bake with Roast Potatoes

Tomato & Thyme Fish with Mashed Potato

Jacket Potato with Cheese, Beans or Tuna

alternative

Vegetarian

     

Chick Pea Dahl with Rice

 

Desserts

Steamed Lemon

Jelly with Fruit Wedges

Chocolate Sponge

Orange Sponge Finger with Fruit Wedges

Warm Apple & Cinnamon Cake with Ice Cream

Sponge with with Chocolate

Sponge with

with Chocolate

Custard

 

Sauce

A choice of salads, seasonal vegetables, fresh bread, fresh fruit platter, fruit yoghurt, milk and drinking water are also available daily.

Peanut Allergies Please can we remind everyone that we are a ‘Peanut Free’ school in our cooked meals and we ask parents not to put any nuts or items containing nuts in their child’s packed lunches. Thank you

Sports News Congratulations to Jamie Patterson in 6S who recently attended football trials to play for the County and also the Bexley District Squad. He is now playing for the Bexley District A Team. Well done Jamie we are very proud of you!

 

Riot, Rebellion, Revolution

 
  Riot, Rebellion, Revolution  

Brampton School will be holding a History event in the week commencing 23rd

January on the theme of Riot, Rebellion and Revolution. The main focus will

be a day on an event in history suited to each year group followed by a TASC

(Thinking Actively in a Social Context) day. This takes the form of a problem

solving approach for example ‘If you ruled the school for a day, what would

you do?’ or What makes an effective protest?  

you do?’ or What makes an effective protest?

 
 

Possible teaching ideas are the French Revolution; Indian

independence; Revolt of Boudicca; Joan of Arc; Fall of the

Berlin Wall and English Civil War. Teachers will be making plans

to suit their class and there will be further information available

from them. The activities could have a strong citizenship theme,

 

looking at current issues such as how do we protest but in a

historical context. We look forward to seeing how this develops.

at current issues such as how do we protest but in a historical context. We look
BRAMPTON GOLD BOOK Striving to Reach the Best Every week we print the names of
BRAMPTON GOLD BOOK
Striving to Reach the Best
Every week we print the names of those children who have
achieved in either their work, conduct or behaviour around
school and have been entered in the Gold Book. They have
been mentioned in Monday’s celebratory assembly. After 3
mentions children receive a bronze certificate, 6 mentions for a
silver, 9 mentions for a gold, 12 mentions for a Super Gold and
15 mentions for a Platinum certificate, 18 for Diamond, 21+
for a Head teacher’s Award and 24 for a Special Head teacher
Award and Badge.
Weekly Attendance
Week ending 6.1.12
RB:
97.8%
1B– Eva Ralley
1B– Jamie lee Brown
1B– Matthew Swann
3W—Kofi Boadu
3W– Tayla Cox
3W—Joseph Cachia
3W-Zachary Clarke
5B –Archie Hancock Mantle
5B– Henry Rogers
5B– Taysan Ali Osman
6M—Yanique Forsythe
6M– Grace Buttle
RJ:
96.7%
1B:
95%
1W:
98.9%
2PW:
97.8%
3W-Harry Callaghan
3H—Bradley McConville
3W—Millie Arthurs
Unfortunately there is not
enough space to mention the
children’s achievements here
but if you are interested to see
your child’s mention the book is
usually kept in the office—so
please pop in and ask to see it.
2B:
94.4%
3W:
99.4%
3W- Hannah Syndercombe
3W– Billy Peto
5B—Isabelle Taylor
3WH:
93.9%
4C:
97.8%
HOUSE POINTS
Week ending 6.1.12
4H:
95.6%
5B:
96%
1st— Red= 37
2nd—Blue = 23
5C:
96.8%
3rd—Yellow = 27
4th—Green = 103
6S:
90%
Congratulations to Red House members!
6M:
98.9%
And finally Parents
Infant
Well done to 6B and the
other classes above 96.1%
Whilst we would encourage parents to speak to
Our School Total was 96.3%!
staff in the mornings if there is a need, infant
staff have asked if parents could not enter
the classrooms to bring in packed lunches, letters, coats
etc but to allow their child to learn how to deal with
these items themselves. The class may be asked to settle
to early work and teachers are finding it distracting when
parents enter the class after they have started work. It
would also help if when your child enters school parents
Raffle Prize Winners
The winners in this week’s draw for
tea with Miss Fisher were
Valentino Flores-Nunez in 2PW
and Dilan Shokar in 5C.
Well done to them for showing the
appropriate behaviour.
could move away from the doors especially near Year 2.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Remember if you like what we’re doing —tell us and others!
If you don’t, please help us
improve! School Office; 020 8303
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