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Open Morning November 2105

We had a tremendous Open Morning with performances from both the Junior and Senior choirs and an abridged version of Twelfth Night from the prep girls who took part in the recent Shakespeare in Schools Festival at Leatherhead Theatre.  Both the Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl then gave their first speech of the year…

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Prep Girls take part in Shakespeare in Schools Festival

Performance at Leatherhead Theatre helps develop life skills   Twenty three girls prep girls have experienced the thrill of appearing on the stage in front of a several-hundred strong audience. Taking part in the ground-breaking Shakespeare in Schools abridged performance of Twelfth Night at Leatherhead Theatre last Saturday, this was the first time Bramley School…

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The Victorian Museum in Guildford

Tops and Uppers recently visited the Victorian Museum in Guildford to spend the day as Victorian schoolgirls.  

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Inter-house Sports Competitions

Congratulations to all the girls as they took part in two recent inter-house competitions – here are the results: Netball Shooting – Top Goal Shooters YEAR 1 1st Willow Lamb 2nd Jessica Booth, Charlotte Pitt, Milly Smith, Katy Tickner 3rd Millie Wright, Isabela Aspinell Overall Result: 1st Russet, 2nd Crispin, 3rd Pippin YEAR 2 1st…

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Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl announcement

Congratulations to the girls in Tops who have been awarded positions of responsibility, they are as follows: Cerys Denny Head Girl & Drama Captain Jemima Hain Deputy Head Girl & School Journalist Amelie Ortu-Baker Head of School Council for KS1 & French Captain Mili Greener Head of School Council for KS2 & School Journalist Niamh…

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Prize Giving June 2015

Prize Giving programme 2015   To read more about the whole event please click on the link above.

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A clean sweep …

Banstead Poetry Arts Festival On Tuesday 12 May, five Bramley girls received prizes for their outstanding poems at the Banstead Poetry Arts Festival. The poet, Joshua Siegal, awarded the girls their prizes and each girl read their poem beautifully to the audience. It was a fantastic evening for Bramley as we had five winners out…

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You can huff and you can puff but we will still play golf – 19th Bramley Golf Day

46 intrepid golfers embarked on 18 holes at Walton Heath, in what must have been the worst weather conditions ever experienced in late April!! We had hail, driving wind and rain, which then abated for a few holes, only to come back at us again later, even worse! Everyone was soaked and some gave up…

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Lowers girls give their all, well their hair, for charity.

These are the words of a mother whose daughter is in Lowers: ‘I suppose it is an everyday occurrence for parents when their children ask questions and they are not able to answer. When my 7 year old walked into the kitchen and asked me “mummy what is Cancer?” I was lost, I really didn’t…

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Are single-sex or mixed schools the way forward?

Article from The Telegraph 17 March 2015 Are single-sex or mixed schools the way forward? Do boys and girls benefit from being taught together? Helen Fraser, chief executive of the Girls’ Day School Trust, says ‘no’, Richard Cairns, head of Brighton College, says ‘yes’. As Tony Little, the headmaster of Eton, says that single-sex education allows…

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