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Girls success at Kuk Sool

Maia and Maisy, both in Middles, had great success in the recent National Championships – congratulations to them both. Here is what hey both had to say about the experience: On Thursday the 27th of November, I travelled up to Liverpool by train, with my mum for 4 ½ hours. I was on my way…

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Feature article in A+ Education magazine

Bramley was recently featured in the leading education publication A+ Education published in association with Surrey Life.  The articel explores the benefits of single sex education and the collaboration we have with Priory Prep School. To read the article in full please click here A+ article

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Epsom Guardian article from Remembrance Day Service

Epsom Guardian Remembrance Service   click above to view page pdf

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A very poignant Remembrance Day service

The whole school took part in the Remembrance Day service where the 100 poppies made by the girls and staff were planted in recognition of the 100 year anniversary.  The girls all showed tremendous respect and understanding of the occasion.  Special thanks go to Mrs Tejura who led the girls as they made their own…

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Computing – find out about CS, IT and DL …

The New Computing  Curriculum 2014 at Bramley. Computers are now part of everyday life.  For most of us, technology is essential to our lives, at home and at work.  ‘Computational thinking’ is a skill children must be taught if they are to be ready for the workplace and able to participate effectively in this digital world. The…

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Congratulations Tops 2014

As this term, and academic year, draws to an end we wish our Tops girls every success as they move on to their senior schools – and they go far and wide – to City of London  Freemen’s School, Caterham School,  Epsom College, Greenacre School, Woldingham School Downsend School, Sutton High School and St Andrew’s School….

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Change Makers of the Future

Prize Giving Speech by Paula Burgess, Headmistress June 14th 2014 The true value of education is an issue debated widely throughout the teaching profession and beyond. For me, I am clear that a key value is in the empowerment of learners to find and reach their potential and as Headmistress of a single sex girl’s…

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Extra-curricular activities – for your child and for you?

Music and sport activities are positive for all children’s wellbeing. Children who are involved in sports get higher school grades, have an increased sense of self-worth, and are more likely to go further in education than children who are not involved in sport. These children are generally healthier due to their increased activity, and have…

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Update to Mini bus service

A Minibus service is running in the mornings from Monday 9th June 2014. The route will be is as follows: 07.05am                  Bramley 07.17-07.22am   Golf Course 07.25-07.30am   Londis 07.40-07.45am   Kingswood Roundabout 08.00am                  Banstead (Priory Car park) 08.20am  …

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Scholarships and Senior Schools

extract from Headmistresses’ Open Day Speech 1st March 2014 I’m pleased to announce that each and every girl has gained a place in one or more of the many prestigious independent senior schools of their choice. Places have been gained at Woldingham, Sutton Hign GDST, Reigate grammar, Greenacre, Caterham, Boxhill and Epsom College (through Common…

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