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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: 25.11.11 Autumn Term: Issue 11 Inside this week’s issue: ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã Year 2 ‘s Visit Forthcoming Dates Restorative Justices Voluntary Contributions Week 3 Menu FOB/School News Gold Book Entries Weekly Attendance And finally—Nov 30th A MA Z I O N I A N R A I N F O R E S T V IS I T On Monday 21st November Year 2 travelled to the Amazonian Rainforest, in Brentford, to find ou
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  On Monday 21 st November Year 2 travelled tothe Amazonian Rainforest, in Brentford, to findout all about the animals that live there.We were lucky enough to have a hands-on experience and helda variety of tropical animals including a python, hissingcockroaches, stick insects and a pair of water dragons, one ofwhich was called Jemima! During our talk we learnt all aboutcamouflage and how it protects some of the animals frompredators. We learnt about theimportance of rainforest conservationand why trees are important to us. Inaddition we got to stroke a Dwarf Caimanalthough we weren’t allowed to hold him just in case he was in a bad mood!!We got to experience the heat andhumidity of a tropical rainforest as we wandered under thecanopy looking at the different animals. We witnessed the boaconstrictors eyeing up their rat lunch and fed the Koi Carp,observing how they ate and breathed.There was an African SpurredTortoise called Becks who was allowedto wander around the zoo. He was 6 years old and joined the zoo in 2001.Everyone had an amazing time and learnt lots about the animalsof the rainforest, we even learnt what tree poo is! Brampton Bulletin Brampton Primary is a restorative school where the initial response to conflict is tofind a solution where things are put right, the victims needs are met whilst alsomeeting the needs of the wrong doer and meet all the schools responsibilities. Week ending: 25.11.11Autumn Term: Issue 11 Brampton Primary School  Striving to Reach the Best  Inside this week’s issue: ã Year 2 ‘s Visit ã Forthcoming Dates ã Restorative Justices ã Voluntary Contributions ã Week 3 Menu ã FOB/School News ã Gold Book Entries ã Weekly Attendance ã And finally—Nov 30th Forthcoming Dates:Thursday 24th November Year 5 to Science Museum Friday 25th November Mayor Opening Infants Monday 28th November Peter Pan to whole school Thursday 1st December Last date for ChristmasDinner orders Friday 9th December CRIBs Christmas Play Tuesday 13th December Infant concert Wednesday 14th December Infant Concert Thursday 15th December Christmas dinner Friday 16th December Candlelight Carols A MAZIONIAN R  AINFOREST V ISIT    R  ESTORATIVE J USTICES T RAINING   Brampton BulletinPage 2 Last week Miss Lambert and Mrs Hood attended a Restorative Justice conference training course inorder to further improve our practice throughout school and at lunchtimes.This means we use the following model when dealing with children and any behaviour difficulties.When things go wrong at playtimes and lunchtimes we follow the model below, using the questionsunderneath. Many thanks to Lynne Russell for the use of her materials here. We found theconference really useful to help us consider how well Restorative Justice is going at Brampton andwhat we need to do to do it even better. Itwas really helpful to hear from other schools who are using the same approachand to offer a little advice to those new tothis approach.We know that this approach will improve relation-ships and help overcome difficulties for children,staff and parents. We hope to have Lynne back inthe new year to share her work with our parents.You might want to try the ideas at home too!   Voluntary Contributions.When school trips are arranged staff do look to get the best fare for transport costs.Unfortunately fuel costs now do make coach travel more expensive. The staff then combinethis with any entrance fees or costs for teaching activities and divide the total by thenumber in the class. There is no profit being made. Whilst we try to give parents as muchwarning as possible of forthcoming events if there is any short fall towards the total, thenthe school has to pay the difference. We do understand that times are hard and for thatreason we always offer for parents to spread the cost over a number of weeks.Unfortunately we also have a tight budget and can not afford to run too many trips at aloss and therefore do ask parents to speak to staff if there are any difficulties.   Football UpdateThe girls football team have played another 3 games in their league. They won their firstmatch against Danson 9-0, then lost against Bexley Academy 2-0 but were then fired up tobeat Gravel Hill 12-0!! The goal scorers were Francesca Capelli, Patsy Callaghan, AaliyeahWeise Forbes and Ellie Brown. Well done to the team and Mr Capelli and Mrs Ward fortheir time. There is a B team tournament in December 13th for Year 5s and under.   Issue 11 Page 3 School News Children in NeedWe are delighted to announce that we raised over £430 lastweek with our cake sale. Many thanks to Miss Wilson and SchoolCouncil for all their efforts to make the event such a success. S  CHOOL  M   EALS    W EEK    BEGINNING - 28 TH N OVEMBER  2011 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday FridayMeat SpaghettiBolognaise   Sausage PinWheel with JacketPotatoes & Home-made Ketchup   Roast ChickenThigh with Stuff-ing & RoastCottage Pie   Breaded Fish withChips   Fish or alternative Tomato, ChilliTuna & SalsaSpaghetti   Spicy Beans withJacket Wedges   Vegetable Slicewith RoastPotatoes   Vegetable CottagePie   Red OnionFrittata   Vegetarian Sweet Potato Stir served with CrustyBread   Macaroni Cheese   Oven Baked Fishwith NewPotatoes   Cheesy StuffedJacket   Desserts Steamed JamSponge withCustard   Chocolate Short- bread & FrozenYoghurt   Ginger Spongewith OrangeCream   Fruit Flapjack    Iced Bun withFruit Wedges   A choice of salads, seasonal vegetables, fresh bread, fresh fruit platter,fruit yoghurt, milk and drinking water are also available daily. Peanut AllergiesPlease 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 child’s packed lunches. Thank you FOB News - FOB held their first Christmas Shopping Night on Wednesday 16th November.There were lots of fantastic stalls selling some lovelyChristmas gifts. Thank you to everyone who came and alongand supported this event although the turn out wasn't greateveryone who came along enjoyed themselves. A big thank you to Mrs Buckner and all the FOB helpers, who gave up alot of time putting on the event.    And finally.......Don’t forget School closed onNovember 30th Remember if you like what we’re doing — tell us and others! If you don’t, please help usimprove! School Office; 020 8303 2873 Fax; 0208298 0286 Email;    We’re on the web!  RB– Louis WaitRB– Hlolly SmithRB– Imogen HillRB– Libby EllisRJ– Archie DonovanRJ– Katie MarleyRJ– Joshua MiahRJ– Finlay O’ShaughnessyRJ– Grace ScovellRJ– Bailey SmithRJ– Rahaan VerdeeRJ– Luna SimpsonRJ– George PayneRJ– Aoife KavanaghRJ– Keira HarrisRJ– Hayden Dalby1B– Sam Brown1B– Luke Chamberlain1B– Jessica Foley1B– Emel Huseyin1B– Abigail Jennings1W– Sahil Chowdhury (Bronze)1W– Louise Jardine (Bronze)1W– Amrit Minhas (Bronze)1W– Flynn Cox 2B– Saif Nabi2B– Freya McKenzie2PW –Rhea Baruah2PW– Josie Brooks2PW– Abigail Mentz2PW– Oliver Box 3W—Luke Hone3W– Zac Clarke3W—Harry Callaghan3W-Cathleen Fehim4H—Taylan Ali Osman4H– Victor Obinya (Gold)4H—Kyle Williams (Gold)5B—Alfie Russell5B –Rajveer Shergill5B– Finlay Knowles5B– Jack Bruce5B– Ellie sugden5C –Amber Thind5C –Holly Adams5C –Taysan Ali Osman5C –Niamh Hill5C– Rebecca Nicklin (Diamond)5C– Angie Nandra (Diamond)5C– Jamie Puttick (Platinum)5C– Victoria Obinya5C –Faye Johnson (Head Teacher)Unfortunately there is notenough space to mention thechildren’s achievements here butif you are interested to see yourchild’s mention please pop inand ask to see it. BRAMPTON GOLD BOOK Striving to Reach the BestEvery week we print the names of those children who haveachieved in either their work, conduct or behaviour aroundschool and have been entered in the Gold Book. They have been mentioned in Monday’s celebratory assembly. After 3mentions children receive a bronze certificate, 6 mentions for asilver, 9 mentions for a gold, 12 mentions for a Super Gold and15 mentions for a Platinum certificate, 18 for Diamond, 21+for a Head teacher’s Award and 24 for a Special Head teacher Award and Badge. Weekly AttendanceWeek ending 18.11.11RB:98% RJ: 92%1B: 93%1W:97.3% 2B:96.3% 2PW:98.6% 3W:99.3% 3WH: 94%4C:97.7%4H: 95.5%5B:96.3% 5C: 93.6%6S: 93.7%6M:98.3%  Well done to 3W again & the other classes above  96.1%Our School Total was 96.% Raffle Prize WinnersThe winners in this week’s draw for tea with Miss Fisher was MeganSmith in 6S. The Infant winner hadalready been drawn out, so 2 Infanttickets will be pulled next week.Well done to Megan for showingthe appropriate behaviour. HOUSE POINTSWeek ending 24.9.10 1st—  Yellow = 84 2nd—  Green = 803rd— Red  = 76 4th— Blue = 73 Congratulations to Yellow House members!   
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