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Brampton Primary School
Brampton Road, DA7 4SL, UK Bexleyheath
+44 (0)208 303 2873


The Motto of our school is:

‘Striving to reach the best’


‘To inspire everyone to strive for their best and to work with others within a caring, secure environment’

Brampton Primary School was opened in 1935 serving the Brampton Park Estate of private housing, built during the suburban developments of the 1930’s. Our pupils mostly live in the locality, although some come from further afield. The main building houses 8 classrooms, the hall and offices. There are 6 hutted buildings, comprising 6 classrooms, library, and a TV room. There is a rolling programme to decorate the classrooms and to install double-glazing. The school has a large sports field. There is an environmental studies area with a pond and a stage in one of the playgrounds. Our school is very well resourced with books, equipment and computers and has a separate ICT suite. Brampton is a community school for girls and boys aged from 4+ to 11. In Key Stage 1 (Infants), class sizes are no more than 30 and we try our best to keep class sizes to this figure in Key Stage 2 (Juniors). The school rises up to 420 pupils in the Spring term.


The school aims to educate and inform pupils to become independent and responsible citizens within their community. We aim to enable all children to reach their full potential, to have respect for others, to realise their responsibilities and rights and to take an interest in their environment.


To provide the best possible educational opportunities for all children

To create a positive attitude to learning

To enable all children to develop lively, enquiring minds

To develop children’s abilities to their full potential through the teaching of the National

Curriculum and other subjects

To promote physical development and a healthy lifestyle

To develop self-worth and respect for each other

To promote positive attitudes to cultural diversity

To encourage a spiritual awareness

To be active in promoting links and participation with the wider community

To provide an environment and curriculum that is accessible to all, where everyone’s work and contribution is valued


At Brampton we encourage an acceptable standard of dress as it enhances discipline, image, a sense of belonging and a business-like atmosphere within the school. Jewellery is not allowed in school. Rings and earrings can be dangerous to both the wearer and other children during playtimes, P.E, games or swimming and should not be worn to school. If parents are considering having their child’s ears pierced, the beginning of the summer holidays is advised to allow time for the ears to heal before returning to school in September.


Plain grey skirt/pinafore dress

White blouse

Royal blue cardigan/pullover

White socks

Navy/grey tights

School tie (optional)

Functional and safe shoes,

sandals – too high heels or thick/wedge platforms are not acceptable

Grey tailored trousers can be worn in the winter (from

November to Easter)

Su m m e r

White short sleeve opennecked blouse

Blue and white checked dress

P. E . a n d G a m e s

Black or white plimsols

Trainers for outdoor use only

(NOT indoor P.E.)

Navy shorts

White T-shirt

Tracksuits for winter use (Yrs. 3-6)


Grey trousers

Royal blue pullover

White shirt

Grey socks

School tie (optional)

Functional and safe shoes

Su m m e r

Short grey trousers (optional)

White open neck short sleevedshirt


The National Curriculum is taught at our school. The subjects are:-




Design and Technology

Information and

Communication Technology





PE (Physical Education)

Religious Education is also taught along with PSHE (Personal, Social and Health

Education) and Citizenship. The curriculum is in accordance with Bexley’s curriculum statement. This and National Curriculum documents are available for parents to view at school. At Brampton, most subjects have a 7 year plan which sets out the areas to be covered in each year group. At the start of each term parents are sent information about the work that the children will be covering. If you have any query about the curriculum, please contact us.

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