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Welcome to Bradway Primary

Our school value this half term (Autumn 1) 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)

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Oct 2016

Harvest Festival

Thank you for the generous donations for Harvest.
The Salvation Army will be collecting all the food this afternoon.

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Oct 2016

Brilliant Book Fair

Thank you to everyone who supported our book fair. There was a real buzz around reading in school. We sold over £1200 of books and made an amazing £736 for the school to spend on books. This is a fantastic total and the children will soon see the new books in their classrooms.

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Oct 2016

Non Uniform Day - 14 October 2016

School is hosting a non-uniform day in aid of the FOBPS Christmas Fair, which raises money for things like the scooters in Foundation Stage 2 , solar shelters and outdoor learning equipment used by the children.

In exchange for not having to wear uniform, what we’d really like is for you to bring in a Jolly Jar (or two or three) to be used as a tombola prize at the Fair (which is on Saturday, 26 November this year)!

So what is a Jolly Jar?

A Jolly Jar usually a jam jar that is filled with goodies like:
  • kids’ craft items
  • sweets or chocolate 
  • Lego
  • balloons
  • hair clips, ribbon or bobbles
  • small toys
  • stickers
  • play jewellery
  • small crayons, pencils, pens, erasers, etc
  • things you might find in a party bag.
Try to make your jar appeal to both a boy or a girl; you can decorate your jar if you wish with stickers, glitter, ribbon – the choice is yours.

There’s lots of Jolly Jar inspiration on the internet but we would ask that you don’t include nuts or anything containing nuts please! For more information please see attached letter.

Thank you for your support.
Non uniform day 14-10-2016.pdf

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Oct 2016

Cross Country Champs!

Fourteen Bradway Pupils did really well at the Cross Country races this weekend on 1st October with our Year 4 girls doing particularly well, coming third and fourth in a large field. Well done to everybody who took part and many thanks to the parents and carers who were there and who lent their support, as well as sending the lovely photographs below.

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An Introduction to Bradway Primary

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"Thank you Bradway for putting on the wonderful Community Picnic. Such a simple idea but so effective in bringing members of the community together. " - Parent