Category: News

Braeside School Headship

From September 2019 there are some major changes being made to the Oak-Tree Group structure and Braeside’s leadership team. Mrs Osborn will hand over the Braeside Headship and will become a Principal of the Oak-Tree Group with a wider responsibility across the four schools. She will continue as Headmistress of…

Year 8 Creative Cubes

Year 8 pupils have been working to create something with multi-link cubes in their Maths lesson recently. Success criteria was to to create something tall and symmetrical and to name their creation. Mrs Alahi and Mrs Moon judged Emilie’s ‘Funky Flower’ to be the overall winning creation. Well done Emilie!…

Newsletter March 2019

Read our March Newsletter full of photos and information on the Junior House Gymnastics Competition, World Book Day fun, Easter Celebrations and lots more…

Easter Egg Hunt

What a brilliant end to the term! FOBS organised a fantastic Easter egg style hunt in the playground today and there was a visit from a very special bunny! The children had to search the playground for small Easter tokens and then one by one, take them to their House…

Easter Bonnet Parade

This morning the pupils at the  Junior site celebrated Easter and Wear a Hat Day simultaneously with an Easter bonnet parade. Some of the designs were truly impressive, including a giant Easter egg, a huge daffodil and the Easter Bunny himself! It was clear that a lot of time and…

Creating Volcanoes in Year 3

Year 3 have had a very creative afternoon yesterday. As part of their ‘Active Planet’ topic Year 3 have been busy building and painting their very own volcano models. They used boxes and bottles to form the base of their volcanoes and then used papier mache on top to create…

A Special Early Years Assembly

We were treated to a lovely assembly by our Early Years pupils today. Upper and Lower Kindergarten were the first to perform with a Mothers’ Day rendition of ‘I’m a Little Teapot’, before they all showed off their class work and explained why they loved their mothers so much. The…

Year 10 Study Portraiture

Year 10 have been working on improving their observational drawing skills as part of their GCSE Fine Art course.  They have used a wide range of tones and mark-making to produce these lovely portrait studies.  Well done Year 10.