Students and staff at The Braybrook Centre have been working hard at producing a fantastic display for Remembrance Day on 11th November 2017. Students have created a range of work reflecting their thoughts on why it is such an important day.
Our term dates have now been updated. Please be aware that students will finish at The Braybrook Centre on Wednesday 20th December 2017. Students will return after the Christmas period on Wednesday 3rd January 2018.
On Monday 27th November the centre will be closed to all students for a Teacher Training day. The Braybrook Centre will reopen as normal on Tuesday 28th November.
As part of their VESPA Project students from The Braybrook Centre visited Arden Manor Care Home. They took part in a variety of activities towards their VESPA award.
Students at The Braybrook Centre took part in a science experiment during their lessons. Watch the video below to find out their results!
Pupils enjoyed a fun filled day at Edgbaston Priory Club watching some of the worlds great female tennis stars and getting coached by some of Britain’s top former professionals.
Pupils had a real treat watching Britain’s world number 1 Johanna Konta win her second round match and enjoyed the whole experience.
Congratulations on becoming the football captain. You have demonstrated outstanding performances and an excellent attitude.
Fantastic performance in goal in our recent match.
Most improved pupil in PE and you’ve shown an excellent attitude.
Match Report Braybrook V Elmwood School
On Friday 22nd September our KS3 football team played against Elmwood School in their first game of the season.
The game was played at a very high tempo and each team played some excellent football. We took a 2-0 lead thanks to some excellent individual play and then has penalty to make the score 3-0, but it was missed. With the first half drawing to a close Elmwood pulled the game back to 2-2. The second half was very evenly matched with both teams hitting the wood work twice, but 2 injuries to our midfielders meant that Elmwood took the edge in game. Some neat interplay and a good long range finish ensured Elmwood took a 4-2 lead. With the game nearing the end and pushing for an equaliser they managed to score a 5th. The game was played in excellent spirits and pupils really enjoyed the game. Well played Elmwood and everyone is now focused on the next fixture.
Goals from Tyriq Bingham and Jamal Kavanagh.
Man of the Match Steven Dean.
Mr S Cundy
West Midlands Police have been tackling knife crime through their current awareness campaign. Students and parents can download a range of resources here for information about knife crime.
A reminder to all students that Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th September are inset days. Students will return to school on Wednesday 6th September.