Welcome to Bradworthy Primary Academy

Road Safety - Emazdad

The children in Key Stage One were visited by Emazdad on Friday 3rd November. We were treated to a very entertaining, and funny show, which helped to deliver a very important message regarding roa

Uchenna Dance - Head Wrap Diaries

Uchenna Dance will be leading a practical session with Year 6 pupils from 2-3pm on Wednesday November 15th in our school hall. It will be a lively, fun hour when our Year 6 pupils will learn about a

Textiles Club

  This term the children in textiles club have been designing and creating Sock Monsters. They sewed the sock into their desired shape, adding arms and legs and attaching buttons for detail. As y

Harvest Festival

This year we celebrated our Harvest Festival on the last day of the half term, in the village church.  We sang many harvest linked songs, and enjoyed performances from our Key Stage One children, a

Halloween Disco

At the end of the half term we were lucky enough to have a Halloween Disco, organised by our PTA.  Everyone enjoyed dancing the night away, and playing some ghoulish games!  We must say an enormo

Gliddon and Squire Race 2: Shebbear

Our Cross Country team recently had an incredibly busy patch of races, the first of which was the next race in the Gliddon and Squire Cross Country League.  We saw some fantastic individual races dur

Bikeability

The children in Years Five and Six have spent the last two weeks of the half term working with our wonderful Bikeability instructors Tom and Ian.  Everyone has been having a great time developing o

Macmillan Bake Off & Coffee Morning

Macmillan Coffee Morning On Friday 13th October we held a coffee morning and ‘Bake Off’ competition in school, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Research.   Everyone had the opportunity

Year Five at Poundstock

This week Class Five visited the Gildhouse at Poundstock to take part in a Tudor Day as part of our Tudor Topic.  During the morning of our trip we were dressed as poor Tudors and we spent the morn

Gliddon and Squire Race 1: Kingsley School

The first race of the Gliddon and Squire Cross Country series took place on Sunday 24th September, at Kingsley School in Bideford.  It was fantastic to see 29 runners representing the school, and e

M & M Theatres - A Little Princess

This week we were visited by the wonderful team from M&M Theatres who put on a brilliant show for all of our pupils.  This year they performed ‘A Little Princess’, a play they have written and

Inter House Cross Country

On Monday 18th September we held our interhouse Cross Country competition.  All of the children in Years Three, Four, Five and Six took part in the event, with each runner gathering points for thei

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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1st October 2105