“Bugsy Malone” was a sell-out success. Facebook was full of praise for the actors who delivered a great show. Thanks to Miss Willan the director, the other staff involved (too numerous to mention) and all of the pupils who helped back-stage or front of house and with the lighting and sound. We look forward to building on this success. Thanks to the Wolfson Foundation whose grant enabled us to buy the latest equipment in lighting and sound; a laser cutter which helped produce the guns and car design; and a new high-specification keyboard and other musical instruments. Thanks to Partington Primary School and Forest Gate Academy for their superb singers, Kreativ Ltd for the programme, and to Partington Working Men’s Club for help with props.
Examination Invigilators We are seeking to recruit Examination Invigilators at Broadoak School to assist with the supervision of students during examinations. Duties include assisting in the setup of equipment for each examination, distributing and collecting examination papers and monitoring students within the examination hall. This is a flexible role with varying hours and you will …View full post
28th February 2014 Dear Parents and Carers, Thanks to those of you who attended Year 7 Progress Evening, the attendance was 64%. It is a key factor in the success of children when parents take an active interest and play a part in their child’s education. Advance Notice: Year 9 Pathways and Progress Evening: Monday 10th …View full post
“Bugsy Malone” was a sell-out success. Facebook was full of praise for the actors who delivered a great show. Thanks to Miss Willan the director, the other staff involved (too numerous to mention) and all of the pupils who helped back-stage or front of house and with the lighting and sound. We look forward to …View full post
Tuesday 18 March at 7.30pm Tickets: £7 Dear Parent/Guardian, We are really pleased to announce that a Royal Exchange Theatre production is coming to your school this Spring and we would like to offer you the chance to buy tickets before they go on public sale. * * * * * ‘Subtly, but utterly DEVASTATING…Audiences …View full post
We are very pleased with our results which are the second highest in recent history. One pupil, who wanted to do additional qualifications after school, Emmie Nathans, achieved 21 results all above grade C. Clearly she has a well-rounded education and an excellent breadth of knowledge – the world is her oyster! There were 8 …View full post
During the last week before half term the Year 11 Geography students visited Salford Quays as part of their controlled assessment. They were carrying out an investigation into the living quality and deprivation within the Salford area, focusing on Salford Quays and Ordsall park. The students were out for the whole day gathering data and …View full post