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    What's Happening at brighton college al ain

    Whole College Notices


    Spring Camp – Football and Karate 

    We are very excited to launch a Spring Camp for children aged 5-10 years that will focus on Football and Karate. Spring Camp is open to the community and will run from: March 31st to April 2nd and again from Sunday 7th to Tuesday 9th April. The cost is AED 510 (including VAT). To sign up your children, please follow the registration link below. A poster with the details can be found here. 

    Saturday Karate Classes 

    Karate classes will now be available on a Saturday for children and adults. Starting Saturday 30th March, and available to the whole community, we will be running the following classes:
    Tots Karate (3-5 years) 10 am -10:45 am
    Kids Karate (6-14 years) 10:45 am – 11:45 am
    Adult Karate (14+) 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
    To register, please follow the link here.

    Junior School Notices


    Forest School Information Morning for EYFS Parents 

    Parents of pupils from FS1 to Year 1 are warmly invited to a presentation about Forest School, on Monday 18th March. Learn about the history, ethos and principles of Forest School from 12:15 pm in the Junior School Art Room. Refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there! For more information about this event please contact

    Junior School Parent Consultation Meetings 

    We are inviting parents to attend our Junior School Parent Consultation Meetings from 3:00-5.15pm on Tuesday 26th March and Wednesday 27th March. These meetings will provide an opportunity for parents to discuss their child’s academic progress so far this year.
    From Sunday 17th March – Wednesday 20th March there will be a sheet placed outside your child’s classroom for you to sign up to a time that suits you best. Years 3-5: Please make sure that you sign up with your child’s subject teacher. If you are unable to come to school to sign up then please email the class teacher with your preferred time. I am sure you understand that we cannot guarantee your preferred time but will do our very best to accommodate where possible. Confirmation of your allocated time will be sent to you with your weekly email. Please make sure you arrive on time for your meeting to avoid any delays for other parents and carers.


    Celebration Afternoon

    The Junior School would like to invite all parents to join us on Tuesday 26th March to share and celebrate the children's hard work and effort during the term.  There will be an opportunity for you to share books, folders and busy books with your children and to view this half term's prep projects.  Early Years parents are welcome from 12.10pm - 12.50pm and Y1 - 5 from 13.00pm - 13.40pm. 

    International Day 

    International Day will be celebrated on the Thursday 28th March in the Junior School. Pupils are invited to dress in clothing that represents another country or their own national dress outfits. \

    School Starting Times

    Being on time for School: In the Junior School, we welcome the pupils from 7.30am into classrooms. We advise that the children arrive no later than 7.40am so that they can become organised and ease into the day. In Prep, this is also valuable time spent with the form teacher and means that the children will be ready for the register at 7.49am. 

    Weekly Emails

    A request please that parents and carers take careful note of the weekly emails sent out on a Wednesday or Thursday. These are both celebratory but also informative in nature, and often contain important reminders of events taking place. 

    Senior School Notices

    I would like to offer my deepest thanks to all those involved in the excellent Senior School production of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. It was a production full of energy, and superbly executed by the ensemble cast. To shift between the two worlds of the play and maintain the often complicated narratives in such a seamless fashion was an achievement indeed. Thanks should go to all of the backstage crew, technical support, costume and music not just for their work during the performances, but also in all of the preparation that went in to achieving such high production values. Such experiences for the pupils will stay with them long after they have left the College, and it is these moments that makes our community so special.
    “I have had a most rare vision. I have had a dream, past the wit of man to say what dream it was.” 
    Thomas Hill
    Head of Senior School


    Well-Being Week

    On Tuesday 19th March Brighton College will hold its third wellbeing day of the year. Please find attached letters regarding activities for each year group: 
    Year 6 Teamwork and Positivity Day – Click here
    Year 7 to 9 Trips – Click here 
    Upper School – Click here 

    Science Week - Expo 2020 Young Innovator's Program

    As part of Science week, the science department is encouraging all pupils from Year 6 to Year 12 to participate in the Expo 2020 Young innovator's program. The program will run from 12pm to 12.20pm from Sunday to Tuesday as shown below:
    The aim of this program is to draw a prototype of a creative scientific idea on a Napkin (Which will be provided by teachers). Pupils can submit a project per person or per group up to 6 pupils. The best 10 Napkins across the College will be registered to the 2020 Expo Website and given the opportunity to build their prototype in the coming month. These will be announced on Wednesday during Science Assembly. 
    Please find a poster here explaining the different steps. Science week will focus on Step 2. Any questions to be directed to Mrs Edwards at