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Welcome to Bradway Primary

Our school value this half term (Summer 2) is friendship .

Welcome to Bradway Primary School. I have been Headteacher at this school since 2002 and during that time there have been many changes in education. Through all these changes we have held true to two basic beliefs and principles about what makes a good school and a good learner. Firstly, our school motto, 'Learning Through Enjoyment' highlights the importance that we place on ensuring that Bradway Primary school is a happy place to be and that the content of the curriculum is stimulating, relevant and engaging for our pupils. Our success in achieving this culture in school is supported by the fact that in our last three inspections Ofsted have particularly commented on the quality of our curriculum. (Read More)

Paul Stockley
Posted on
Jun 2016

Thank you to parents and a message about Sports Days

Thank you to all of our parents for being so co-operative and supportive on Monday when we had to close the school. A gas leak was detected by a member of staff in the Year 5 and 6 block and soon after the decision was made to close the school as a precautionary measure. The decision to close was backed up by the gas engineers when they arrived since a whole school review of gas appliances then had to take place.

Infant Sports day unfortunately had to be postponed as a result of the school's closure and has been rescheduled for Monday 4th July at 1.30pm. Junior sports day will go ahead tomorrow, Thursday 23rd June, at 1.30pm, weather permitting! We hope to see many of you there.
As always we would ask you not to drive down Bradway Drive, particularly because the referendum is taking place. Please take extra care on the drive as there will be increased traffic in and out of school all day as voting takes place in the Scout Hall.

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Posted on
Jun 2016

Bradway Enterprise Event Thursday 30th June 2-4pm


Yes! This fantastic community event is coming soon. This year products will be sold at a street market to be held outside,if fine and we have an exciting range of Olympic and Carnival gifts on offer. We shall also be hosting the famous FOBS cafe once again and any cake, bun and traybake donations will be more than welcome. Please bring them in in a child-named container on the day or on the Wednesday.

Watch the Blog for more information next week.

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Posted on
Jun 2016

Amazing Attendance

Congratulations to Mrs Smith's class in KS1 and Mrs Heaps' class in KS2. They have both been awarded the half termly star attendance trophy for the best attendance percentages. Mrs Heaps' class achieved an amazing 97.9% and Mrs Smith's class a whopping 98.9%. Our school target is 96.5 % .
Each half term we have an assembly to celebrate and award the winning class with our special attendance trophies. Check your child's classroom door to find out their actual percentage - these are updated half termly and the winning classes also get a gold star on their class door too.
There is a special display in the hall to celebrate the class with the highest percentage and also to educate pupils on the importance of attending school when well enough to do so.
Keep up the great work and let's see if we can get an even higher percentage this half term.


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Posted on
Jun 2016

Sporting Update

It's been a little while since we updated the website with the fantastic sporting events the children have been taking part in, so here is our latest news:

        - Children from Y4 - 6 have been attending Scooter club and
        - SomeY4 and Y6 children represented the school brilliantly in
          their handball competitions.
        - A group of Y6 pupils took part in a netball competition.
        - 7 boys from Y5 took part in a Futsal tournament.
        - 12 boys from Y5/6 took part in a football tournament 
        - Girls from Y3-Y6 have attended Football training with Sheffield
          Utd and some will have the opportunity to take part in a
          tournament soon.
        - 40 children from Y4 - Y6 took part in an orienteering
        - A group of Y3 children competed in the Drax Cricket
        - 38 children from Y5 and 6 represented the school at the
          Sheffield Schools Athletics competition with 26 children 
          reaching the finals, which will take place on the 23rd June.

Every single child that has represented school has done so brilliantly and has been an absolute pleasure to take. 

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An Introduction to Bradway Primary

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"It will be very sad for us this time next year when Leon leaves Bradway. " - Parent