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Brampton Bulletin

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 Week ending: 1.6.12 Summer Term: Issue 7

Inside this weeks issue: Tennis Fusion Forthcoming Dates Thanks - Inflatable Day Half term activities Week 2 Menu School/Governors News Gold Book Entries Weekly Attendance And finally Sun lotion

T E N N I S F U SIO N
On Thursday 24th May Tennis Fusion came to Brampton Primary school! The whole school participated in small tennis activities where they learnt to hit a ball and volley. We were very lucky with the weather and so in true Wimbledon fashion, the children joined in with passion! The coach commented at how much fun he had and how lovely it was to come back to Brampton as it was where he started his tennis club 25 years ago! Since then, he has coached around the borough including coaching Miss Bennett when she was at primary school! The coaches, Neil and Jamie were fantastic with the children and we are looking forward to finding the next stars in tennis. Also, we hope that Tennis Fusion will be able to come back to our school soon and encourage the children to find their own talent!
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.

Forthcoming Dates: Monday 4th June Half term Monday 11th June Y6 Police Talk Friday 15th June Y1 to Herne Bay Monday 18th June Y1 Phonics Screening 9.00 Class Photographs Tuesday 19th June Reception to Farm Y4 to Imperial War Museum Wednesday 20th June Play to Infants from Rose Bruford students 2.00pm Puberty Meeting for Y5 and 6 Parents 7.00pm new VLE meeting for parents

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F O B S I N F L ATAB L E D AY
At last the sun shone and school was able to host the first large summer event since the extension and refurbishment started. FOB organised a return of Phils Inflatables. It was great to see so many families supporting the FOB and school. Below is a message from the FOB committee.

"Myself and the rest of the Committee at FOB would like to say a huge thank you to all of the parents, grandparents and staff who gave up their free time to help supervise an inflatable, give out the wrist bands at the entrance and man one of the stalls. Without your contribution the event on Sunday would never have happened. FOB are thrilled to announce that the total amount raised on Sunday is a clear profit of 1,700. I am sure you will agree this is a tremendous amount of money, which has made all our collective hard work totally worthwhile. Again, a huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped make this amount of money possible. We hope you all have a great week and enjoy the Jubilee celebrations! Yvonne Bruce, Lyndsey Tierney, Clare Cane, Danielle McTaggart, Debbie Buckner and Nikkie Thomas xx"

Issue 7

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SCHOOL M EALS W EEK BEGINNING - 11 TH J UNE 2 012


Monday Meat
Spaghetti Bolognaise

Tuesday
Cajun Chicken Wrap with Rice

Wednesday
Roast Chicken Thigh with Roast Potatoes

Thursday
Meat Pattie in a Tomato Sauce with New Potatoes Tomato and Basil Pasta

Friday
Battered Fish with Chipped Potatoes Potato Farls

Fish or alternative Vegetarian

Soy and Ginger Salmon with Jacket Potato with Cheese and Spring Onion Toffee Frozen Yoghurt with Fresh Bananas

Tuna or Roasted Vegetable Melt Cheese and Leek Pie with Roast Potatoes Black Forest Gateau Apple Muffin Cake with Custard

Cheesy Stuffed Potatoes

Vegetable Korma with Chipped Fruit Deli Bar

Desserts

Jelly with Ice Cream

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 School Dinners/Packed Lunches Please may we remind parents to complete the lunch arrangement form that was sent out on Monday, via ParentMail, if you intend changing your childs lunch arrangements for next half term. Forms should be addressed to Ms Saill in the school office. Thank you Governor News Premises Committee This committee met on the 18th May. It is chaired by one of our parent Governors, Mr Allen. They received a premises report from Miss Fisher and monitored Health and Safety and Fire issues. Security of the premises was reviewed in light of the new buildings. Future works were also discussed. School News Parents might be interested to know that Microsoft and TalkTalk have put together a really cheap deal for families on benefits so they can get a refurbished desktop computer for 49 (laptops are a bit dearer) and the Internet at home for 5/month for 18 months. Details are at http://www.getonlineathome.org/special-offer.aspx.

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.
RJ Saif Wasim RJAditya Patel 1B Shenali Perera (Silver) 1B Carys Orchard (Silver) 1B Molly Jackaman 1B Eva Ralley (Silver) 2BLewis Bailey (Silver) 2B Spencer Woodall 2B Cameron Chester-Hilbert 2B Reuben Bhandal 4C Charlotte Day 4C Jessica Baldwin 5B Arwen Buckle 5B Anousha Vadukul 5B Joe Lyons 5B Ruby Allen 5B Thomas Hall 5B Danny Dawkins 5B Antariksh Patel 5B Rajveer Shergill 5C Taylor Jesney (Diamond) 5C Rebecca Nicklin 5C Ning Sang Limbu (Bronze) 5C Tyler Lewis (Diamond) Unfortunately there is not enough space to mention the childrens achievements here but if you are interested to see your childs mention the book is usually kept in the officeso please pop in and ask to see it.

Weekly Attendance

Week ending 26.5.12 RB: RJ: 1B: 1W: 2PW: 2B: 3W: 3WH: 4C: 4H: 5B: 5C: 6S: 6M: 94.3% 93.3% 97% 93.8% 96.7% 98% 98.3% 93.8% 92% 96.7% 98.3% 95.5% 96% 96.7%

HOUSE POINTS Week ending 25.5.12


1st Red= 73 2nd Green= 55 3rdYellow = 48 4thBlue = 47

Congratulations to Red House members!


And finally.......Suntan Lotion If you are concerned about sun burn your child will be allowed to put on sun lotion before lunch. Staff are not allowed to assist, containers most be small and labelled. It is preferable if you can use the long lasting lotion before school. Please remind your child to sit under the shades and not to run around too much in the sun with jumpers on. 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:admin@brampton.bexley.sch.uk

Well done to 3W, 5B and the other classes above 96.1%


Our School Total was 95.7% Raffle Prize Winners The winners in this weeks draw for a treat with Miss Fisher were Alice Pearce in RB, Sean Beck in 4H and Hope Kyne in 6S. Well done to them for showing the appropriate behaviour.

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