Welcome to Bradworthy Primary Academy

Valentines Ball

As part of our fundraising campaign for the Building Our Future Project, we are very proud to be able to invite you all to join us at a Valentines Ball on Friday 14th February. For any answers to

Halloween Disco

Our fantastic PTA organised a Halloween Disco for all of the children in school, which took place on the 17th October.  Everyone enjoyed dancing the night away, and the hall looked fantastic in it

Harvest Festival

It was wonderful to see so many parents joining us in the Church on Tuesday 15th October to celebrate our Harvest Festival.  We were able to enjoy a morning of songs, stories and readings to share

Tom McLaughlin Visit

On Monday 7th October we were incredibly lucky to have a visit in school from Tom Mclaughlin, an author who lives in Devon.  This visit was arranged by our librarian Kymble, in conjunction with the

The Great Bradworthy Bake Off!

On Friday 11th October we held our Macmillan Coffeee morning, and the Great Bradworthy Bake Off.  The hall was packed full of wonderful cakes, which were judged by our expert panel.  Janet and Tar

Gliddon and Squire 2019 Season

On Sunday 29th September we were up bright and early for the first race in the Gliddon & Squire Cross Country Series 2019.   Our team of 36 runners (a school record!), made a terrific start to the

Y6 Surfing

Over the course of the year our school offers a wide range of outdoors and adventurous sports.  As part of their programme of activities, our Year Six pupils have started surfing sessions in Bude.

M&M Theatre: The Hobbit

In September the M&M Theatre group visited school, and we were treated to a performance of 'The Hobbit'.  Everyone enjoyed watching the show, with the wonderful characters, music and songs, and sce

Year Two At Okehampton Castle

Class 2 have been learning about Motte and Bailey Castles this week and had a fantastic day out at Okehampton Castle. In the morning they enjoyed exploring the ruins and were thrilled to find the

Space Chase 2019!

Earlier this term we were visited by Mary and Helen from Holsworthy Library, who came to present lots of our children with certificates and awards for completing the summer reading challenge.   We w

Jabberwocky at Rosemoor

As part of our first English topic of the year, the children in Year Five visited RHS Rosemoor last week to support our work based on the poem Jabberwocky. We used the various woodland settings to

Year Six Leaver's Assembly

At the end of July we said a very heartfelt goodbye to our Year Six class.  Our Leaver's Assembly was full of prizes, awards, reminiscing and celebrating the achievements of the wonderful children

Our aim is that Bradworthy Primary Academy, by working in partnership with parents and the community, will be a happy and enriching learning environment.

We hope that by celebrating the children’s achievements, helping them fulfil  their potential, respecting their differences and encouraging kindness, consideration and respect for each other and their environment, we will foster self-esteem and provide a sound foundation for their future life.

We do our very best to offer a broad and balanced curriculum and beyond this as big a range of extra curricular activities as we can.

We hope that we are helping all of our children to develop and mature in a great range of different ways and we are sure that this will be obvious from this site, or by visiting us - which you are most welcome to do.

The fact that we are an academy rather than a school means that we are not run by the Local Education Authority and that we are funded directly by the government.
We are not a private school and the children's education is completely free in every way. In fact we use our funds to heavily subsidise, or provide freely, a huge range of experiences that most schools either don't provide at all or charge a great deal of money for. You'll see this by exploring this web-site.

As an Academy we have the freedom to work in a very independent way and this means that we are able to place our school and our work firmly within the local community. This means that we are able to run our school so that it supports the needs of local children rather than one which is forced to address national agendas which may have no relevance to us at all.

We are completely committed to making our school the very best that it can possibly be so that every child develops to their maximum potential and we believe that as an Academy we are much better placed to  do this.

The best way of finding out about our academy is to explore this web-site but if you would like to read about the things that we think are important please click here.

If you feel that our school would be an environment in which your child would flourish and you would like to think about their admission please click here

Bradworthy Academy Ethos

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18th October 2019