Brampton 'The Ellis'
C of E Primary
Please see below information and risk assessment regarding the phased reopening of school for children of Key workers/vulnerable students/F1/F2/Reception/Y1/Y6 children.
Please be aware that our plan may have to change subject to any further government announcement or Trust decision. In this event you will be notified by text message.
If you are wanting to access child care provision at the Hub, please email email@example.com detailing the days and times you require along with the profession of both parents.
Many thanks BEP
Click here to read a letter from JMAT CEO David Silvester.
For the NHS families accessing the extended childcare hours, the gates at Wath Central will be open between 8am - 9am and 3pm - 5pm for drop off and pick up. Children are to be taken directly to the outside door of their allocated classroom. There are maps and instructions all around, and staff will be watching out for them.
Many thanks and keep safe.
From Monday 30th March 2020 the provision for NHS families will be extended to 8am - 5pm. Hours remain the same (8.50 - 3.00) for other Key Workers.
Thank you for your continued support.
From Thursday 26th March 2020 until further notice, the child care provision for the children of key workers will be undertaken at:
Wath Central Primary School
Rotherham S63 7HG
Tel No 01709 760345
Please bring your child to the front door of the school for 8.50am and collect them from the same place at 3pm. Children can either bring a packed lunch with them or order a school dinner. There will be teaching staff from Brampton Ellis Primary School to meet them and remain with them throughout the day. Many thanks for your continued support.
Our school band are very excited about our new project… we have recorded our first CD! Ian Rafferty from Creative Music came in to school and did a recording session with us. After lots of hard work practicing, we recorded four songs using specialist equipment. Sophie created some artwork for the CDs and came up with the name ‘School of Sound’ for our band. The CDs will be available soon but here is one of the songs…
Brampton Ellis Primary have been awarded Music Mark!
Future Stars programme
Rotherham United are inviting all footballers to join the club’s Future Stars programme, which is linked to the Rotherham United Football Academy.
Sessions take place at Parkgate Astro and are coached by Rotherham United Academy and Community Coaches. Sessions are designed to be fun and developmental, with the potential for participants to develop into the Academy set-up. IF you are already playing with a another club, that does not matter, you can still attend this and your current club.
Session details as follows:
Venue: Parkgate Astro, 23 Greasbrough Rd, Parkgate, Rotherham S62 6HQ
Time: 9-10am – (ages 5-9)
Time: 10-11am – (ages 10-12)
Dates: Every Saturday (except for school holidays)
Cost: £4 per session per participant
For more information, please contact Dave Atkinson (Lead Academy Foundation Phase Coach) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Rotherham United Community Sports Trust office at 01709 827767
Girls Only Football
Address: Saint Bernard's Catholic High School, Herringthorpe Valley Road, Rotherham, S65 3BE.
Dates: Every Monday (during school term time) beginning on 11th November.
Age: 5-11 years
Sessions are delivered by qualified coaches employed by Rotherham United Community Sports Trust, and the session is a turn up and play session.
For more information, please email email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who voted for us with blue tokens at
Tesco Wath Upon Dearne or Bolton Upon Dearne.
Thank you for supporting us. We came 1st and have been awarded over £3000, which will be spent on the outside area.
Part of the funding has been used to build our new Bug Hotel!
Our amazing bug hotel offers five star accommodation for mini beasts and provides the perfect educational platform for our children. It was created in order to open up opportunities for our children to learn about habitats, ecosystems, food chains and life cycles as outlined in the Science National Curriculum.
Additionally, encouraging insects into our garden area enhances pollination of flowers and vegetables.