School Day

Bramhall High School Hosts Joint Concert With The Fairey Band

On Friday 23rd March, we hosted our annual joint concert with the renowned Fairey Band. The most special thing about this event is how it gives students aged 8-16 from Bramhall High School and Ladybrook Primary School the invaluable and aspirational experience of performing alongside professional musicians. Over 80 Bramhall High School students from both our senior and junior orchestras, our swing band and our vocal ensemble entertained a capacity audience. To all of the students who performed, their parents, our parent helpers, our tech and site staff, our peripatetic tutors and of course The Fairey Band, we want to say a massive thank you to you for making the event a success and such an enjoyable night.

For more photos from the night, please follow us on twitter @musicbhs and @bramhall_high.

Bramhall High School Rock Band 11 Hours Are ‘Best Emerging Talent’ In Greater Manchester

We are very proud to share with you that Bramhall High School rock band 11 Hours have won ‘best emerging talent’ in the 2018 Greater Manchester Battle of the Bands competition.

After winning their semi-final in Stockport, year 11 students Jack, Noah and Finlay progressed to the final at Manchester’s iconic Band on the Wall venue and played an excellent set there in front of a packed crowd.

For more news, photos, videos and information about upcoming events, follow us on twitter @musicbhs and @bramhall_high.

Bramhall High School Band ‘11 Hours’ Win The 2018 Stockport Music Service Battle Of The Bands

For the second year running one of our bands here at Bramhall High School has won the Stockport Music Service Battle of the Bands. ‘11 Hours’ featuring Year 11 music students Jack, Noah and Finlay, impressed the judging panel by playing four of their own songs. The band will now go on to represent Stockport at the Greater Manchester Battle of the Bands on Sunday 11th February at the iconic Band on the Wall venue in Manchester.

There were also some fantastic performances on the night from year 8 band ‘Redirected’ and year 11 band ‘Ceva’.

For more photos and information about our upcoming music events follow us @bramhall_high and @musicbhs.

School Bus Service 887

We have been notified that Grange Road in Bramhall will be closed from Monday 29th January for 2 weeks to allow sewer repair works to be carried out. This will affect school service 887 to Bramhall High School which will be unable to serve Dean Moor Road, Ringmore Road, Grange Road and part of Bramhall Lane South.

The morning journey on service 887 will operate via the normal route to Bramhall Moor Lane, then continue to the roundabout at the end and turn right onto Bridge Lane, then turn left onto Bramhall Lane South at Bramhall Green roundabout to return to the normal route. The afternoon journey will follow the same diversion in the opposite direction.

Service 887 should be able to return to the normal route from Monday 12th February.

Bramhall High School’s Continuing Partnership With The Hallé

We are very proud of our relationship with the Hallé Orchestra. We are delighted to have been highlighted as an outstanding partnership school on their website.

Over 100 young musicians from Bramhall High School, Pownall Green Primary School, Ladybrook Primary School and Nevill Road Junior School composed and performed a fantastic and original rendition of Dvorak’s Symphony No.9 ‘From The New World’.  Accompanied by four professional Hallé musicians, over 200 audience members were treated to an excellent performance where all of the students involved played their instruments to an extremely high standard.

This short video shows our continuing partnerships with the Hallé and our local primary schools and our commitment to providing outstanding opportunities for our students.

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A polite reminder:

Dear Parents, please ensure you check the term dates for next year, before booking any holidays. These can be located on the front of the website.

Many thanks