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Ofsted inspectors confirm Baileys Court Primary is a ‘good’ school

Ofsted has confirmed Baileys Court Primary’s standing as a ‘good’ school, following a visit by inspectors in February. In his report, lead inspector Ben Jordan describes Baileys Court as a “warm and welcoming school” which “celebrates the variety of cultures and languages in its community at every opportunity”. Pupils at the school were found to be “polite and well mannered”.

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Ofsted inspectors find BSCS has maintained its status as a ‘good’ school

Senior staff at Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) say they are “delighted” that Ofsted has confirmed that the all-through academy “continues to be a good school” following a visit by inspectors last November. The latest Ofsted visit came more than five years after the school was given an overall grading of ‘good’, with some ‘outstanding’ aspects, at its last inspection in May 2018.

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Local school needs your vote in finals of wildlife gardening competition!

A Bradley Stoke school has made it through to the finals of Avon Wildlife Trust’s 2023 Wildlife Gardening Competition and is asking members of the local community to vote for it. Wheatfield Primary School has been recognised regionally for its wildlife-friendly approach in managing its school grounds and it is now showcasing simple wildlife projects that can make an impact on our local environment.

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Bradley Stoke students celebrate achievements in Post-16 qualifications

Students at Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) are celebrating their achievements in A-level and vocational qualifications following the publication of assessment results earlier today (Thursday 17th August). For many of the students in this cohort it was their first experience of sitting public examinations as their GCSE examinations two years ago were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Ofsted inspectors confirm Wheatfield Primary is a ‘good’ school

Ofsted has confirmed Wheatfield Primary’s standing as a ‘good’ school following a visit by inspectors in November 2022. In his report, the lead inspector concludes that Wheatfield “continues to be a good school” where children are “curious and keen to learn” and “participate fully in school life”. Pupils at the school “feel valued and safe”, he adds.

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