Welcome to Brampton Primary Academy

I am delighted to be working at the school. The staff and I are committed to working extremely hard to provide a safe, caring, happy and stimulating environment for your child to learn in. We aim to provide an environment in which all children can thrive through a wide variety of experiences.

We believe education is a partnership between school, staff, parents and carers and of course our pupils. High quality, effective education takes place through home and school working together and in this way we are far more likely to succeed in producing happy and successful learners, who are socially well-adjusted and proud of their achievements.

Parental contribution is vital and we value your input. We therefore welcome your views and involvement in the life of our school and we look forward to a happy and rewarding relationship with you and your child throughout their time with us. We sincerely hope that your child feels that they are a respected and successful member of our school community and that you will support us in all of our efforts to ensure that your child receives a first class education. We are always striving to do better for our children and are ensuring we keep our practices under review. I would like to thank those of you who have attended our parent meetings before Christmas and our workshops this term. 

Communication bewtween us is vital. We hope that the website will provide you with most of the information you need to know about the school. If anything seems unclear, please do not hesitate to either make an appointment or pop into school and discuss any concerns or suggestions. 

Very best wishes,

James Kenyon

Headteacher

Brampton Academy Values / Mission Statement

Brampton Primary Academy is a school firmly embedded in strong cultural, social and moral values in which every individual can flourish and contribute positively. Children and adults will flourish in the school: academically, emotionally, physically and spiritually so that all dimensions of humanity are nurtured.

Aims and Ethos

  • High quality and determined leadership
  • Equip children with the skills and attitudes needed to succeed in the 21st century
  • Exceptional, inclusive education and opportunities for all children
  • Have high expectations of every child and value them as individuals
  • Utilise creativity to promote life-long learning
  • Celebrate diversity, challenge prejudice and bullying
  • Provide a safe and supportive environment which empowers children to achieve their best
  • Have strong, meaningful links with parents, carers and the local and global community

Our six key drivers are

  • Clear and simple leadership structures and accountability
  • Transparent and honest feedback
  • Efficient systems and procedures that allow schools to concentrate on their core purpose
  • Exceptional behaviour systems which ensure good manners and respect for each individual
  • An innovative curriculum based on collaborative learning and independent thinking
  • Effective resource management that supports school improvement

What's on

Embedded Calendar

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Term dates

SPRING TERM 2016

Mon 4th January - Thurs 24th March

INSET DAYS - MONDAY 4th and TUESDAY 5th JANUARY

HALF TERM - Monday 15th - Friday 19th February

Summer TERM 2016

Monday 11th April - Friday 22nd July

INSET DAYS - MONDAY 11th APRIL AND THURSDAY 5th MAY (Polling day)

HALF TERM - Monday 30th May - Friday 3rd June

AUTUMN TERM 2016

INSET DAYS - MONDAY 5TH AND TUESDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER

CHILDREN RETURN TO SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER

New Assessment Arrangements...

As you will probably already be aware, the DfE (Department for Education) have decided to remove the nationwide system of assessing children using levels. As a school we understand that you may have concerns over how your child’s progress is now assessed. Please click here to read what we are doing as a school to assess your child's progress.