Prospective students give views on sixth form policies

Prospective students of Bradley Stoke’s new post-16 (sixth form) centre have aired their views on policies they would like to see enforced when the facility opens in September. Feedback from a ‘post-16 consultation exercise’ conducted amongst year 11 students and staff at Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) outlines opinions on: dress code rules for the centre’s social area attendance regulations

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Secondary school rated “outstanding” by Ofsted inspectors

Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) has been classed as “outstanding” by Ofsted inspectors, who visited the school three weeks ago. The inspectors’ report praises the high standard of leadership and teaching at the school and says that pupils’ achievements are above average: This is an outstanding school. Its real strength lies in its inclusive and welcoming ethos. The headteacher has

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Community School secures funding for sixth form

Bradley Stoke Community School has had its funding application for a post-16 centre approved by the Learning and Skills Council. Plans for a two-storey sixth form centre, dance studio/gym and single-storey changing rooms were submitted to South Gloucestershire Council in July 2008 and received approval from planning officials in September 2008. Writing in today’s school newsletter, headteacher Dave Baker says:

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