BSCS creates new Associate Headteacher role

Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) has announced the creation of an ‘Associate Headteacher’ role, to ensure that there is clear leadership in the school on a day-to-day basis while Executive Headteacher Dave Baker (pictured) splits his time between BSCS and the struggling Abbeywood Community School in Stoke Gifford. Mr Baker took on the leadership of Abbeywood in early October, after

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Community School starts formal consultation on academy status

Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) has begun a formal consultation on the possibility of converting to academy status. The two week consultation was originally planned for earlier in the year but was delayed until potential partner schools Patchway Community College and Brimsham Green School were ready to run simultaneous consultations with their respective stakeholders. Information available on the BSCS website

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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

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BSCS registers interest in becoming an academy

Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) has officially registered its interest in becoming an academy, according to information released by the Government following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request. The move could lead to BSCS receiving its funding directly from the Government (instead of South Gloucestershire Council) and would give the school more control over the pay and conditions of staff

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