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British Values Week

It’s been an eventful few days in the British calendar, with the 92nd birthday of Queen Elizabeth and both St George’s Day and the birth of a new member of the Royal family on Monday. It is no coincidence therefore, that Broadoak have been embracing our British Values of democracy, respect, liberty and law; even […]


British Values

It’s been an eventful few days in the British calendar, with the 92nd birthday of Queen Elizabeth and both St George’s Day and the birth of a new member of the Royal family on Monday. It is no coincidence therefore, that Broadoak have been embracing our British Values of democracy, respect, liberty and law; even […]


Year 11 revision evening

Year 11 Revision Drop-In Evening for parents and pupils, Tuesday 20th March 2018, 6-7pm. Key staff will be available to answer any concerns parents may have regarding the next few months and implement extra support where needed. The evening will also consist of important timelines and exam schedules along with some helpful workshops on Stress […]


New School Council

We are delighted to announce that the new school council has been formed. After launch assemblies and a democratic process in form periods, pupils have elected a member from each form to represent them. The new school council was launched on Thursday morning at a very special breakfast. The council will be a key group […]


Fantastic GCSE results for the class of 2017

Broadoak school is proud to report on another year of excellent examination results in 2017. This year pupils have risen to the challenge of an entirely new syllabus and grading system in English and Mathematics. Despite the fact that national headlines suggest this year’s examinations are the most challenging since the O Levels, Broadoak pupils […]


Inspirational Poet Tony Walsh Visits Broadoak

Year 8 pupils were delighted to welcome One Love Manchester poet Tony Walsh to Broadoak on Wednesday. Tony Walsh – aka Longfella – has a strong relationship with Broadoak; this is his fourth visit. This time it was Year 8’s turn and the focus was on his iconic ‘This is the place’ poem which he […]


Year 11 GCSE Exam Revision – Half Term School

As I am sure you are aware this is an important time for Year 11 students as their final GCSE examinations are now upon us. Students should at this point in the year be revising at home as well as attending the revision sessions that are provided before and after school. To support students we […]


Live Recording of a “BBC Live Lesson”

As a rare learning opportunity, the BBC invited 40 of our pupils on Tuesday this week to a Live Recording of a “BBC Live Lesson” which was based on computational thinking using a Micro:Bit. The small microcomputers, Micro:Bit, which were distributed for free to every year 7 pupil last year in the BBC’s biggest initiative […]


Spanish Trip

Highlights of day 2 were sitting in the comfy seats of the player’s dug out in the sunshine, at Barcelona’s Camp Nou Stadium and imagining reporting from the commentary boxes. Students really enjoyed day 3’s visit to a Spanish school: ‘Colegi Inmaculda Concepcio de Gava’, where despite initial nerves students fluently conversed with Spanish students […]


Councillor Sean Anstee Visits Broadoak

We were delighted to welcome Councillor Sean Anstee back to his school on Thursday. Councillor Anstee is the leader of Trafford Council and is a aiming to be the next Greater Manchester Mayor. He is, of course, an ex-Broadoak pupil who always talks highly of the school whilst constantly giving back to the communities he […]