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    On Wednesday June 29th Year 5 had a very different day.

    The Year 5 girls decided to have an all day talent show, they practised

    all morning and performed in the afternoon. There were all different

    kinds of acts like singing, dancing and playing musical instruments

    such as the clarinet and the trumpet. They made up names for their

    groups such as Jasmine Flowers, Glitter Girls, Rolling Cherries and

    the Biebets! Some of the songs performed were Fame, Hair spray,

    Rolling in the Deep, and Tik Tok by Keisha. They even had an

    interval with refreshments of popcorn and drinks. All the acts were

    videoed and will be made into a film for all of Year 5 to share. Many

    thanks to Mrs Stewart and Miss Mason for doing their best to provide

    some good costumes for the girls. (written by Jade Lee 5S)

    The boys were privileged to experience an amazing trip to Charlton

    football ground for the Boys Will Be project. They had a speechfrom Gary Wilson and the highlight for many was an extraordinary

    tour of the stadium. They also created animated movies using video

    cameras and play dough which were a great success. The Tree of

    Knowledge was mainly to encourage boys to work as a team to

    achieve their goal. Garys goal for all of us was to achieve the full

    potential for all our boys. He believed that BOYS ARE BRILLIANT.

    (written by George Hills 5M)

    This project will end with two more special days for Year 3 this week.

    B r a m p t o n B u l l e t i n

    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.

    Week ending: 8.6.11

    Summer Term: Issue 10

    B r a m p t o n P r i m a r y S c h o o l

    S t r i v i n g t o R e a c h t h e B e s t

    Inside this weeks issue:

    Year 5Special Day

    Forthcoming Dates

    SEAL Home Activities

    Choir at Fairfield Halls

    Week 2 Menu FOB/Governor News

    School Dates 2011-2012

    Weekly Attendance

    And finally Parent Mail

    Forthcoming Dates:

    Monday 11th July

    School Reports homeY5 to Welling School for

    Bugsy Malone

    Wednesday 13th July

    Last day for Milk orders

    Y 4 to Broadstairs

    Y5 Norman Day

    Thursday 14th July

    Y5 to Southwark Cathedral

    Friday 15th JulyFinal Family SEAL

    Monday 18th July

    Y2 Graduation

    Y3-4 End of term party

    Y6 Concert

    Tuesday 19th July

    Infant Fun Day

    Wednesday 20th July

    Y1 to Hall Place

    YEAR 5 A S PECIAL DAY FOR ALL!

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    SEAL HOME ACTIVITIESFORPARENTS TO USE - CHANGES

    Brampton BulletinPage 2

    If I ruled the world

    If you could make a wish and change something

    what would it be? Share your ideas.

    You might like to talk about something youwould change for yourself, for your family, for

    the town in which you live, for the country or for

    the world.

    You might like to choose one each and draw a

    picture in the think bubbles below.

    Congratulations

    Use this certificate to give to someone who has

    learned something new or has changed

    something for the better.

    ChoirOn Saturday 25th July, Brampton took part in the Bird Collect Midsummer Medley at the Fairfield Halls

    in Croydon. This was our third year of attendance at the concert, and we took 51 children, from theChoir, String Starz and representatives from our Year 4 African Drumming lessons. The day started bright

    and early with rehearsals at 10 o'clock, and the concert got into full swing at 2pm. The Choir sang a va-riety of pieces including the magnificent "The Singing Game" with delegates from other Bexley Primary

    School Choirs; String Starz played in the Bexley Massed Orchestra and the Year 4 African Drum-mers performed in the spectacular debut performance of "Rice Harvest" as part of the Wider Opportuni-

    ties Scheme. A lot of time and effort was put into the event by all children, and special thanks go to MissHope, Mrs. Perks and Mrs. Stewart for all their hard work and dedication to the Choir and String Starz.Miss Hope would also like to extend her thanks to Miss Carter and Miss Cross who also accompanied thechildren to the event. Once again, our children performed brilliantly, and were complimented on their tal-ents and impecable behaviour. It is always a pleasure taking our children to extra-curricular events.Many thanks to the parents and families for supporting this event - we look forward to seeing you at the

    Summer Fete on Friday at 3.30pm for those children in the Choir who want to perform again.

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    Issue 10 Page 3

    Governor News

    The full Governing Body met last week for their termly meeting.Before hand they met with the teaching staff to review the work

    undertaken this year in different subject areas. They also

    approved the appointment of Mr Chris Vadukul as an associate

    governor in order to ensure the governors reflect the ethnic

    make up of our school. The governors approved the first two training days in September.

    They received a Head teachers Report on the current work of the school and minutes from

    the different sub committees held in the last term. Time was also spent on considering fu-

    tures actions to improve their working practices in order to achieve the Governor Mark

    SCHOOL MEALS

    WEEKBEGINNING -MONDAY 11TH JULY 2011

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    Meat Spaghetti Bolog-naise

    BBQ Chicken

    Melt with Potato

    wedges & coleslaw

    Roast Sweet Cure

    Bacon with New

    Potatoes

    Beef Lasagne Breaded Fish &

    Supper

    Fish or

    alternative

    Tuna Wrap Lemon & Herb

    Crusted Fish with

    Rice

    Vegetable Lasagne Tortilla Wraps

    with Chicken or

    Cheese with Rice

    Vegetarian Vegetable Spa-ghetti

    Vegetable Curry

    with Rice

    Carrot & Sweet

    Potato Wheel with

    New Potatoes

    Cheese Stuffed

    Potato

    Desserts Fruit Turnoverwith Custard

    Orange Jelly with

    Mandarins

    Chocolate & Pear

    Sponge with Va-

    nilla Sauce

    Fresh Fruit Salad

    with Ice Cream

    Banana Loaf with

    Custard

    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 childs packed lunches. Thank you

    FOB News

    Unfortunately the recent Quiz Night had to be cancelled due to lack of

    numbers but we know that members of FOB have been working hard to

    produce a successful Summer Fair this Friday. So we hope you will all come

    along after school and support this event. Miss Hope and the school choir

    will be performing their hit song from the recent Fairfield Hall concert to entertain you

    while you spend your money! Any last minute donations for the bottle tombola and

    refreshment stalls will be gratefully received.

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    And finally.......Parent Mail

    Apologies to parents who are currently

    having a black and white paper copy of our

    newsletters. We have overrun our colourbudget and are trying to control costs until

    next term. If you have an email address please see Mrs

    Deere who can ensure that you get sent electronically a

    colour copy. If not you can always read them on our

    school website.Remember if you like what were doing tell us and others!

    If you dont, please help us improve!

    School Office; 020 8303 2873 Fax; 020 8298 0286

    Email:[email protected]

    Were on the web!

    www.fronter.com/brampton

    www.brampton.bexley.sch.uk

    There were no entries in the Gold Book last week.

    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 Mondays 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 teachers Award and 24 for a Special Head teacher

    Award and Badge.

    Weekly Attendance

    Week ending 2.7.11

    RB: 96.7%

    RJ: 97.9%

    1B: 93.7%

    1BA: 99.2%

    2H: 95.5%2EW: 100%

    3W: 97.5%

    3WH: 95.8%

    4P: 98.8%

    4C: 91.7%

    5S: 97%

    5M: 97.6%

    6B: 97.7%

    6C: 95.2%

    Well done to 2EW and the

    other classes above96.1%

    Our School Total was 96.7%!

    Congratulations

    Well done to all the girls, parents

    and staff who took part in the Racefor Life, Jessica McCawley, Tejal

    Vadukul, Holly Tanner, Jade

    Lucas, Siohban and Gabrielle

    Foster to name a few spotted on the

    way round!

    SCHOOL TERM AND HOLIDAY DATES FOR 2011-2012

    Autumn Term 2011

    Wednesday 7th September Friday 21st October

    Half Term 24th October 28th October

    Monday 31st October Friday 16th December

    Spring Term 2012

    Tuesday 3rd January