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Nellie Davison (Year 6) and friend Caitlan Webster raised money for Angel doing a bake sale. They, together with her brothers Alan and Stephen, raised a splendid £8.66 by making an array of yummy cakes and biscuits which they sold to their neighbours in Wydale. 
The pupils, staff and parents have once more been showing support for their friend and classmate, Angel, and this time have raised money for her by holding an Easter Egg and Fluffy Bunny Raffle this week. Frankie Drinkwater was the Bramcote Junior School winner of the Easter Egg and George...
The Spring term came to an enjoyable end with the House Music competition that took place on the afternoon of Thursday 3rd April. In keeping with college tradition, each house was required to produce a short concert that included a choir item, an ensemble item and a solo item. The performances had...
On Thursday 13 March, the school’s “Science First Team” as they wish to be known as, attended the York Schools Science Quiz at St Peter’s School, York.  From our overall Science First Team squad we entered two teams into the quiz.  Both teams did very well being placed 4th and 6th out of 21 teams...
The DVD of Oliver Twist is now on sale, at £10 each, from Senior School Reception. Please collect an order form from Reception, download one from the link below or order direct from David Walker Photography. Oliver Twist DVD order form http://www.davidwalkerphotographer.co.uk/buy-your-pictures  
Having helped Mrs Ainley unload her car when I arrived on Saturday morning I was worried that there could be a food shortage at Morrison’s!  We were expecting approximately 16 pupils for the Saturday Activity billed as Junior Masterchef.  As the carrier bags piled up on the classroom tables it...
The French Department at Bramcote Junior School recently celebrated the festival of Mardi Gras. Our equivalent is Shrove Tuesday, but in French it translates as “Fat Tuesday”!  It is named in this way reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before Lent. In France, to...
Following on from their success at the local ‘Youth Speaks’ competition, the dynamic combination of Alex Richards, Boti Pinter and Niall Collinson again won over the audience and judges at the District Final which was held in York last Friday.  Not only that but three out of the four awards went to...
The Young Technologist Tournament is an annual competition run by the Rotary Club. Teams from schools across Scarborough compete to produce the best solution to a practical engineering problem which is not revealed until they arrive at the venue. This year the teams had to produce a working model...
As you all know, we were particularly delighted with last Summer’s examination results and very pleased to find ourselves in the top 30 schools in the UK for our IB results.  With the publication of the Department of Education Performance Tables this month, we are ranked 51st  nationally for our...

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