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Braeside Building Work

Braeside Building Work

As many will already know, from September 2020, Braeside will no longer be a split site school. All pupils from Early Years to Seniors will be taught at the Main Site on the High Road in Buckhurst Hill. This is very exciting development for Braeside’s long-term future. Work is already…

Newsletter July 2020

Read our July Newsletter, full of photos and information on welcoming our pupils back, saying goodbye to our Year 11, end of term fun and lots more…

Year 6 Tea Party

For the last Friday of term, Year 6 were treated to a Tea Party. Year 6 had a fun afternoon on the field, signing shirts, listening to music and taking pictures, with an array of tasty treats to choose from. It was a fantastic afternoon in the sunshine!

Picnic Fun In The Sun

Today the Junior children thoroughly enjoyed a “socially distanced” picnic together in the playground. The lunchtime ladies prepared a delicious lunch of sandwiches, sausages, fruit and crisps with a special cupcake treat to finish.  Everybody had fun chatting together and listening to music.  What a lovely way to spend the…

Anoushka’s Art Coursework

Anoushka has been exploring the idea of concealment for her unit 2 art coursework and wanted to focus on climate change, pollution and the effects of war.  Anoushka has worked on a large scale and experimented with a range of media including Ink, Collage and Acrylic Paint.  Fantastic work, Anoushka….

Year 10 Refugee Poems

In PHSE, in the context of refugee week, Year 10 explored how empathy and sharing other people’s stories can help understand those with very different circumstances. In a particular activity, pupils were asked to imagine they were a refugee girl from Syria having just landed in Greece and to describe…

Virtual Tour

Enjoy an insight into life at Braeside School with the help of our virtual tour, showcasing some of the main areas of building and grounds. Use the mouse to navigate the 360 images, and use the points of interest for further information.

Year 8 Explore Abstract Artists

Year 8 have been exploring the work of Abstract artists Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.  These artists were inspired by landscapes and nature and wanted to portray the idea of holding a beautiful thought using shapes and natural curves.  Well done year 8.

Reception And Year 1 Lighthouses

Reception and Year 1 have been learning about the seaside in the U.K. and as part of their work have been reading ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ story. They made their own version of Mr Grinling’s lighthouse using papier-mache and a tea light so that they light up when it is…