Welcome to Brambles Primary Academy
Thank you for taking the time to visit the Brambles Primary Academy website. We hope you find it a useful source of information and that it gives a good insight into our busy and friendly school.
Brambles Primary Academy, part of the Navigate Academies Trust, is proud to be an inclusive place for children to learn, and we welcome pupils from a wide range of backgrounds to come together here and share new experiences and learn from one another. We want all of our children to feel welcomed, happy and fulfilled. We recognise that all children are different and that these differences create opportunities for adults and children alike to learn more about ourselves and each other. Helping children in developing good attitudes and values is an important feature of our work.
Teaching and learning at Brambles Primary Academy are considered to be ‘outstanding’; we are very proud of our school, and are committed to pursuing continual improvement in our performance (working closely with our partner academies in the Navigate Academies Trust, including Pennyman Primary Academy & Dormanstown Primary Academy) so that we can offer our pupils the very best educational experience possible.
We encourage parents, carers and other family members to take an active interest in your children’s education, and you are very welcome to visit the school to see pupils’ work and meet their teachers. We aim to keep you well informed about activities and events in the school, so that you can share these experiences with your children. It’s important that children feel that their positive learning experience in school is reinforced at home, and we aim to work in close partnership with parents and carers to achieve this.
We are proud of our academy and particularly of our children, who are its most effective ambassadors, both inside and outside the academy.
"The children are a credit to the staff as they are smartly presented and so well-mannered too" - Jackie Killiard (Diva Telecom)
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Letter to Councillor
Persuasive letter to our local Councillor, Andy McDonald.
24th Feb 2015
Some children went to London from Friday 30th January until Saturday 31st January.
30th Jan 2015
Healthy Schools Club
Healthy school club went to Tesco 'Farm to Fork'.
29th Jan 2015
We held a special thank you assembly for our Governors who are unfortunately leaving our Governing Body.
28th Jan 2015
Curriculum Cup Autumn 14
Curriculum Book winners for Autumn term 2014.
23rd Jan 2015