Our Broadoak students and staff were thrilled to show lots of Year 6 pupils and families around the Academy last week.
An update from former Broadoak Principal, Ms McGillycuddy about her time spent in Rwanda. Broadoak Academy students and staff helped to fundraise for the Rwanda Community when the trip was due to happen back in 2020 – thank you to all those who supported this fundraising! Welcome to the land
Students at Broadoak Academy saw their hard work, dedication, and resilience pay-off on results day this year. Principal, Mr McGilloway, said: “I could not be prouder of the way in which our students have conducted themselves throughout the whole examination season. “Our results today are the end product of two
We are currently working with the British Dyslexia Association, and have received a bronze membership because all our classrooms are dyslexia friendly.
Broadoak Academy featured on BBC Radio Bristol this week with 3 of our fantastic Year 11 students Alan, Bayley and Jamie talking about assessments, exams and post-16. Please take a moment to listen to what they had to say along with some words of advice from Ms McGillycuddy, Principal here:
Broadoak Academy, had the fantastic opportunity to have guest speaker Callum Scott Howells, who virtually joined their Year 10 and Year 11 Drama students for talk about his career on stage and screen, including his recent role as Colin in the Russell T Davies smash hit TV drama series, It's a Sin, broadcast on Channel 4.
Year 10 students were introduced to the world of media and publishing with the latest Broadoak Talks careers talk with Peter York.
Well done to Willow in 7K! Willow Bowen, aged 11, hopes to go into acting, and is honing her communication skills by featuring on her dad Ade’s Saturday morning show on Wave Community Radio. Read the full story here: Weston Mercury – A young aspiring actress takes to the air waves – February 2021
Broadoak Academy have recently set up ‘Broadoak Talks’, a series of virtual careers events where speakers from different business and community sectors have been invited to talk to Year 10 and Year 11 students about their positions, career paths and to give advice for the future.