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    What's coming up next at Brighton College?

    What's coming up next at Brighton College?

    Junior School Notices


    Lost Property

    A number of items including school hats, jumpers and water bottles are with Eman Hassan at the Reception Desk in the Junior School. Please make sure that your children’s items of clothing, water bottles and lunch boxes are clearly labelled so that we can return items to their correct owners when found. Many thanks for your support and understanding. 

    Year 1 – 5 Celebration Afternoon

    The Celebration Afternoon will take place on Tuesday 24th October from 2.00 pm.  All parents are cordially invited to their child's class in order to share the learning journeys for the first half of the term.

    Pink Day

    Pink Day is on Sunday 29th October and we would like to encourage children to come to school wearing an item of pink, to raise awareness for Breast Cancer.

    Weekly parent emails

    Pre-Prep will be using the '2Simple' Software for the weekly e-mails after the Half Term break. This system is the same high-quality system used in Early Years and has received overwhelmingly positive parent feedback.
    Please could all parents ensure that their e-mails are correct and up-to-date. If there are any changes, please ensure they are updated centrally and that the class teacher has the correct version.
    An explanation e-mail was sent to all parents during the week beginning 15th October and the class teacher will send an invitation e-mail, marked from 2Simple, next week (beginning 22nd October). Please check your 'Spam' or 'Junk' boxes for this email.

    Senior School Notices


    Parent Consultation Meeting Year 10 & 12 

    We would like to invite parents of pupils in Year 10 & Year 12 to attend the Parent Consultation meeting for this academic term on Monday 30th October from 4.00 - 7.00 pm. Pupils have appointment booking sheets in their planners – please ensure these are filled in so your child can confirm appointments with their teachers. The evening will provide you with the opportunity to discuss your child’s academic performance, alongside their general effort and progress, with each of their teachers. A letter from Mrs Haworth (Deputy Head Academic) can be read here

    Pink Day 29th October 

    To support the Breast Cancer Awareness campaign that occurs globally in October, pupils are invited to wear pink clothing, or accessorise their uniform in pink on Sunday 29th October. Clothing must remain in line with College uniform policy, including the wearing of sensible footwear, and girls must ensure that they have knees and shoulders covered.

    New ECA programme 29th October – 14th December

    As the temperature cools slightly it gives our PE department the opportunity to run more sports outside. There will be an amended ECA programme that officially runs from Sunday 29th October until Thursday 14th December. The PE department are keen to get these sessions started as soon as possible and so will start encouraging pupils to sign up and join next week.
    You will receive an email from BCAA via SchoolsBuddy for signing-up.
    If you still have any SchoolsBuddy issues, contact
    Anything to do with the PE programme, contact
    Please note that only pupils who have been selected for Swim Squad can sign up for the Squad sessions. The days are the same – Sunday (am), Monday (pm), Wednesday (pm) and Thursday (am) and the expectation is that they attend at least two sessions.

    Ski Trip 2018

    Although the Spring Break seems a long way off, we are very excited to be able to offer pupils the opportunity to Ski with us in Urdens, Austria from Friday 30th March to Saturday 7th April 2018. This is a co-educational, residential trip for pupils in Year 9 to Year 13, using the UK based company Ski Astons of Worcester. A letter from Miss Louiza May, with more information can be read here


    Pupils of all ages at Brighton College Al Ain have the opportunity to enter two prestigious creative writing competitions. The Taaleem Poetry Award is looking for entrants to submit an original poem in English or Arabic on the theme of ‘Memories.’  The poem should be no longer than 32 lines. The Oxford University Press – working in conjunction with Taaleem- is looking for original short stories on the same theme, in English or Arabic. A poster can be viewed here for the poetry competition and here for the story competition. 
    Winners will get their work published in an anthology and be given five copies of the anthology. They will also receive a trophy and the opportunity to join a session at the 2018 Emirates Airlines Literature Festival. Entries need to be submitted either to English teachers or emailed to Good luck!


    Please could parents check at home for any science textbooks that pupils may have accidentally borrowed and taken home. We had 20 ‘Activate 3’ yellow textbooks and now we only have 7. Your support is greatly appreciated.