Welcome to Brampton Primary School
On behalf of staff, governors and our children, I warmly welcome you to Brampton Primary School.
We are a large, four-form entry primary, located in the heart of East Ham. Our outstanding school is a vibrant and ambitious learning community, with a relentless focus on the highest standards of academic achievement, personal development and equality of opportunity.
We are never satisfied with anything but the best for our children and we have them firmly at the heart of everything we do. We foster a positive and caring ethos, and we ensure that every child is given the best support possible to fulfil their potential. We work closely with our partners, including outside agencies, to meet the needs of all pupils. Parent partnerships are a crucial element of this and seen as vital to supporting pupils’ learning.
Our wonderful school offers specialist teaching in physical education, Spanish and music, as well as for pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties and those on the autistic spectrum. With our choir participating in Young Voices, a Spanish group visiting Benidorm as a part of a cultural exchange programme and our girls’ and boys’ football team winning trophies, we cannot help but feel incredibly proud of our successes.
Brampton Primary School offers a caring and supportive learning environment that nurtures pupils’ development into positive, well-rounded members of the community. We strongly believe in aspiring to provide a world class education. We want our school to be exceptional and inspirational, where every adult member of our school community has uncompromising aspirations for every child.
We aim to ensure your child thrives at Brampton Primary, feels safe, has fun and enjoys success. We want our pupils’ time in our school to be memorable, building on what they know and can do, leading them to become lifelong learners.
Visits to our school are warmly welcomed; we are certain you will see why we are so proud of our community.
Olivier Awards ceremony
Congratulations to the 55 children who performed with English National Opera at the Theatre Royal Stratford East in Benjamin Britten’s opera Noye’s Fludde, in June 2019.
At the recently held prestigious Olivier Awards ceremony (originally scheduled for April) they were given an award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera for their portrayal of the animal chorus.
In the event the school needs to close unexpectedly, the information will be provided here. You may also check the status of the school by dialing 020 8408 7508 and entering the school’s DfE code, which is 316-2004.OpenCheck (Brampton Primary School) school status