BSCS prepares to launch academy status consultation

Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) is staging a meeting for parents/carers this evening to communicate the latest results of research into the possibility of the school converting to academy status.

The school first registered its interest in becoming an academy in June 2010, following an invitation from Education Secretary Michael Gove issued shortly after the General Election.

The school Governors agreed to take the next step towards to conversion in December 2010 and tonight’s meeting is a precursor to the launching of a formal consultation process.

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  1. The Powerpoint presentation shown to parents/carers at the meeting on Wednesday 19th January can be viewed here on the BSCS website.

    Writing in the school newsletter on Friday 21st January, headteacher Dave Baker reveals that “exploratory discussions have taken place with representatives from Patchway Community College and Brimsham Green School about the possibility of combined academy applications in order to work together more closely in future.”