Welcome from our HeadteacherBroadoak School is at the heart of our community. It is a school which offers a wealth of exciting opportunities and experiences for our young people. At Broadoak, we offer a broad, balanced and aspiring curriculum. Our curriculum ensures that our young people are challenged as well as providing them with the springboard to follow a wide range of pathways and opportunities when they leave us at 16. We have consistently high standards which are understood and appreciated by all members of our school community. These high standards are evident from the moment you enter our school and are a major factor in driving the school forward to continued success. Broadoak has a team of staff who are professional, passionate and committed to providing an excellent education for all of our young people. Teaching and Learning and pastoral care are a considerable strength of the school and ensure that our young people are prepared for life beyond Broadoak. Our record of improvement and strong examination results bear testament to our everyday practice. We would welcome the opportunity to allow you to experience our great school for yourselves.
Newsletter 23rd February 202423/02/2024
I am pleased to be able to announce and promote a further digital skills course running locally here in Partington. This course has already seen more than 30 learners achieve a Level 2 ICT qualification from Partington residents, this enhances individuals CVs as well as increasing their confidence and ability with ICT. A further incentive for participation and completion includes shopping vouchers and a free tablet device on completion. The next course starts on the 4th March and is held at the Partington Youth Centre. Please see the flyer in the newsletter for further details.
Newsletter 2nd February 202402/02/2024
Children and Young People’s Mental Health week is next week. Broadoak work very closely with Trafford and more recently and particularly with Trafford Thrive in Education. There is a lot of media coverage surrounding young people’s mental health, especially post COVID. The attached link takes you to the latest Thrive newsletter which is well worth a visit and gives excellent information and signposting regarding this important area. Please take the time to have a look at the site, but feel free to contact the school if you need any further information or support.
Newsletter 26th January26/01/2024
This week has seen all Year 9 pupils have a full day of Key Stage 4 Taster lessons. They had the opportunity to see what a number of courses entailed and take part in lessons which they do not currently study. This is a fantastic process which really helps pupils to make informed decisions about their choices for the next two years.
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