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Celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday

To commemorate Her Majesty’s upcoming milestone, pupils held a special assembly in her honour and took part in a range of activities to learn more about the Queen. As the longest reigning monarch the children learnt about the history of Queen Elizabeth II. Tops have painted a portrait of the Queen in Pop Art style…

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Music Evening

Our annual Music Evening was held at the end of last term. The choirs and the Choristers sang, the orchestra played and soloists performed with their instruments and vocally to a really high standard. 20 girls, the youngest from Reception, treated the audience to a wide range of traditional and more contemporary pieces – with…

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An Excellent School

We have recently been inspected by the ISI, February 2016, and could not be more pleased with the results. Bramley School was awarded Excellent in all eight inspection areas. Paula Burgess, Headmistress, commented: “It is hugely satisfying to know that the hard work of the teachers, staff, governors and parents involved in the school has been so well…

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Tops success ! Scholarships and Senior Schools

A very big congratulations to all of our Tops girls. They have worked so hard this year and now have their results and offer of places at their chosen Senior Schools. Below are the offers girls have received:

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Anahita Eastwood, Artist and Sculptress, runs a workshop with us

Tops girls spent a wonderful afternoon with artist and sculptress Anahita Eastwood as she ran a clay workshop for them. The work they produced was fantastic. Thanks to Mrs Tejura for arranging the session.

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Bramley School response to BBC comment regarding single sex schools

“Single sex education has a place – especially for infant and primary years” Richard Cairns, Head of Brighton College has been reported* as saying that girls attending single-sex schools can be at a huge disadvantage.  But Paula Burgess, head of girls school, Bramley, in Walton on the Hill, Surrey, believes that, for the infant and…

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Open Morning November 2015

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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