Welcome to Bradworthy Primary Academy

North Wales 2018

Hi everyone!  Mrs T here again with some pictures from Day 2.  The groups have split today and enjoyed kayaking and gorging activities.  As you can see from the pictures below everyone has had lo

Bristol 2018

After a very busy few days we had our final adventure of the trip at Crealy on Wednesday.  Everyone enjoyed the indoor and outdoor play areas, along with the rides and as you can see, there was lot

Wild Tribe

As part of our schol ethos, several of our younger classes have had the opportunity to visit Julians Farm to take part in Wild Tribe sessions.  Read on to find out about Class One and Class Three and

Teaching Vacancy 2018

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding teacher for our Year Three class, to cover one year's maternity leave, who is willing to become part of our dedicated team and inspire our young

Penzance 2018

Hello again everyone.  This is a final update to add some photos from our action packed day at Camel Creek Adventure Park.  As you can see from the pictures below, we certainly made the most of ou

Time Flies

As part of our annual Art Exhibition, the children have been hard at work creating clocks and time inspired artwork to be displayed during our ‘Time Flies’ exhibition.   The exhibition was off

Plastic Free Schools Status

Great news! We have been awarded Plastic free Schools status by Surfers Against Sewage! We are only the 9th school in the whole of the U.K to receive this award, and we are very proud of ev

Big Spring Beach Clean

We had a great time at the beach last week doing our bit for the Big Spring Beach Clean, which was organised by Surfers Against Sewage, who also gave us all the gloves for the job. The children

North Devon Gymnastics

North Devon School’s Gymnastics Competition On March 25th we took over 40 gymnasts to the North Devon School’s Gymnastics Competition in Barnstaple.  Over the course of the day our pupils c

Year Four Museum

Year Four have finished their World War Two topic by hosting a ‘Museum’ for children and parents to enjoy.  Each child in Year Four designed and hosted a ‘stall’ full of historical facts, i

National Climbing Competitions

We took a group of enthusiastic climbers to the recent ' National ' qualifiers for the South West.  All of the climbers have been having lessons in school with Simon Young and after two rounds of


  The children in Year Six have been very busy completing training walks on Dartmoor this term.   As you can see they have had varied conditions and some snowy conditions for these walks, where t

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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