Congratulations to Year 7 who have had another record breaking half term! The number of house points and thrive cards received continues to amaze me. As we move into the final half term of this year there will be even more exciting ways to earn praise and be rewarded. Please find attached the latest praise bulletin (note – the totals are calculated w/c 13th May and will not necessarily reflect any recent changes or the live data on Go4Schools). I look forward to another fantastic term.
Head of Year 7
We have been informed that Dykes Hall Lane from Hillsborough through to Wadsley is closed to traffic (see attached). The 52A school bus service will continue to operate but cannot use Dykes Hall Lane. Instead on the return journey after Wisewood it will go straight past the Tesco Express (rather than turning down Dykes Hall Road) down Far Lane to Wadsley Lane and then will travel to Hillsborough via Middlewood Road. On a morning it will follow the same route but in reverse.
Please see attached document below.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause but it is beyond our control.
Keith G. Holmes (Assistant Headteacher)
Please see the attached letter for Y11 exams.
Please see the attached letter for Y12 key dates and information.
Every half term, we will publish Word of the Week on the school website.
The PDF containing the words for this term can be found by navigating:
About Us – Parent Information – Word of the Week
Congratulations to Year 7 who had another fantastic half term and continue to receive lots of praise for their efforts and hard work at Bradfield. Please find attached the latest praise bulletin. (Note – the totals are calculated w/c 18th March and will not necessarily reflect any recent changes or the live data on Go4Schools.) I look forward to another fantastic term.
Head of Year 7
Our F1 in Schools team, SHEFF1 Racing took part in the National Final on Monday and Tuesday, coming away with the best presentation award.
With the competition stronger than ever, 9 teams broke the British record set last year, the team performed very well. Often competing against teams older and with far more experience, they came out on top on a number of occasions.
The car was the fastest that Bradfield has ever produced, breaking the 1.1 second barrier, which is a big deal in F1 in Schools. Unfortunately as in some of our previous years, the wheels could not stand up to the stress of racing.
Please congratulate the team if you see them, it’s the first award we have won in 7 years at the competition.
The team are:
Please see the attached Praise for the Year 7 pupils from January to February 2019.
Bradfield Cross Country Running Club Fixtures for 2018 – 2019.
Letter – 14 August 2018.