Brampton Manor Academy
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|Motto||Success through effort and determination|
|Headteacher||Dr Dayo Olukoshi|
|DfE URN||136669 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
|Website||Brampton Manor Academy website|
Brampton Manor Academy is a secondary school and sixth form with academy status situated in East Ham, east London. It has around 1600 students and over 100 staff. Brampton Manor is the second biggest school in Newham, and has a specialism in the arts.
The Brampton Manor uniform consists of the following:
- White polo shirt with logo (red polo shirt with logo for prefects)
- Navy blue jumper with logo (red jumper with logo for prefects)
- Navy blue trousers, skirts or religious dresses
- Black shoes only
- Navy blue headscarves
- Black, navy blue or white hair accessories (hair accessories must be subtle)
- Navy blue polo shirt for girls PE with logo
- Navy blue polo shirt for boys PE with logo
- Navy blue shorts for PE with logo for boys
- Navy blue shorts for PE with logo for girls or Brampton PE trousers
- Light Blue PE Jumper(not essential)
A new sports hall was built and the old sports hall has been turned into a drama studio with a theatre at the front as Brampton Manor is now a specialist performing arts academy. There is also a new Media/Art suite, with a chill out area and huge Media rooms for both performing, recording and Dance use.
Planning has finished to convert the east side of the school to make it look like the west side, as the school ran out of money nine years ago when they were designing it. In 2012 the school started offering sixth form courses for post-16 students.
Notable former pupils
- Jade Ewen, finalist performer at Eurovision 2009 and member of Sugababes
- Ghetts, grime music artist
- Rob May, musician and record producer
- Dudley O'Shaughnessy, model and actor
- Ravi Bopara, Professional cricketer for England and Essex.
- Dominic Poleon, Professional footballer for Oldham.
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