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Bramley Primary SchooL Uniform

 

The school uniform consists of a white shirt/polo shirt or blouse, royal blue sweat shirt or cardigan, grey or black trousers or skirt with white socks. All children will also require a PE kit which should consist of a pair of royal blue shorts, royal blue T-shirt with the school logo on along with a pair of jogging bottoms and trainers for outside games. Children should wear plain black shoes and not trainers to come to school in and throughout the school day (the school does not require children to change into pumps). 

 

Sweatshirts, cardigans, and the P.E. Kit are available from the school, embroidered with the school logo but plain sweatshirts or cardigans are just as acceptable. The school office also sells P.E. bags and book bags. A coat is also required as children play out even when it is raining slightly. Children in Classes 4 and 4/5S swim every week and will require a swimming costume / trunks and a towel. 

 

Please ensure that you label all of your child's belongings.

 

Attendance at Bramley Primary School

At the end of each term, 100% attendees will receive a certificate in the school celebration assembly, they will also be eligible for a prize draw for a £20.00 gift voucher. Pupils achieving 98% to 99.9% attendance will also receive a certificate in class and eligibility for a £10.00 gift voucher prize draw, with 96% to 97.9% attendees will receive a certificate in class and eligibility for a £5:00 gift voucher prize draw.

We celebrate attendance every Monday morning in a special assembly where the class with the best attendance in both in KS1 and KS2 win the Pokemon cuddly toy for the week. Every class which has an average attendance of 96% or more can play Classopoly.

Classopoly

Classopoly is our monopoly style board game – you will spot it on the wall in our hall. Each class has their own monopoly piece which moves round the board every week you have 96% or more. Your class gets to roll the dice and move around the board. There is one special difference about our board though – instead of houses the squares are all rewards everything from extra playtime and art activities to lemonade, crispy buns or a special lesson with Mr Clay.

 

Information /essential data

  • A school year has 195 days, 39 weeks, and 3 terms, divided into 6 half termly periods.
  • Five days in each school year are allocated as training days for teachers (= INSET days)
  • Pupils are required to attend school for 190 days in each academic year. The school day is divided into two sessions. Pupils are expected to attend school for 380 sessions.
  • One day’s absence per school year means that a pupil has approximately 99.5% attendance.
  • Ten days off per school year means that a pupil has approximately 94.7% attendance.
  • Twenty days off per school year means that a pupil has approximately 90% attendance
  • 90% attendance means that your child has missed the equivalent of 4 weeks of their learning in school
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