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    What's On At Brighton College Al Ain

    What's On At Brighton College Al Ain

    Whole College Notices


    Book Week 

    Book Week will take place on week commencing Sunday 3rd March. We will offer a range of exciting activities and challenges throughout the week. Pupils are reminded to bring a reading book of their choice so that they can "Drop Everything and Read" during the day - this will take place once a day. Additionally, there are competitions - "Bake a book" on Sunday 3rd March (decorate a cake with some connection to a book); create a movie trailer about a book; younger students will meet authors; and on Thursday 7th March, there will be a literature-themed fancy dress day. 

    Book Fair 

    Book Fair will be open three days from: 07:30 – 3:30 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday , 5th , 6th and 7th of March 2019. Little Thinker Book Shop will be our book fair representor from Abu Dhabi . For junior school pupils, we ask parents to buy books from the book fair for their children during pick up times.  Senior school pupils can visit the book fair during their breaks and English lessons.

    Scholastic Book Club

    Our new Scholastic Book Club is up and running! Go to to browse the latest books and order online. For every $1 you spend on this month’s Book Club, our school will earn 20¢ in Scholastic Rewards. Please place your order online by 11th March 2019.

    Junior School Notices



    Uniforms: So now: uniforms! Please ensure that pupils wear PE kit only on days on which they have PE and please ensure that proper shoes (rather than trainers) are worn with uniform. Please encourage Brighton College hats to be worn. Let’s be smart and very proud of our smart uniforms. 

    Junior School Book Week (3rd – 7th March)

    The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go."  Dr. Seuss.
    In celebration of reading and books the Junior School will participate in a range of activities and events throughout the week.   We would warmly welcome any parents to come and read their favourite story to their child's class, please speak directly to your child's class teacher.

    Non-Uniform Day – Book Week

    On Thursday 7th March children are encouraged to dress as their favourite book character in preparation for our Junior School Book Week parade.  

    Extreme Reading – Book Week 

    We are asking for photographs of your child reading in extreme (but safe) locations!  Please send any photos to Mrs. Johnstone ( for the Junior School to share in our Special Book Week Assembly.  Please click here to view some examples!

    Prep Projects 

    The Prep Projects for this half term have now been sent home via email.  The deadline for completion is Thursday 21st March and a Celebration Afternoon for parents will take place on the afternoon of Tuesday 26th March (further details to follow). Prep Projects actively support the learning that is taking place in school as well as supporting independence and shared learning experiences for families. We encourage parents to share the project ideas with children and allow the children to choose the activity that sparks their interest.  The children should work over a sustained period of time so that the quality of work is of a high standard.  All Prep Projects will be shared and celebrated in the classroom thus building confidence and instilling a sense of pride in our young learners.  

    Senior School Notices


    Activate Textbooks

    Please could parents check at home for any science textbooks that pupils may have accidentally borrowed and taken home. Your support is greatly appreciated.