Bristnall Hall Academy, Bristnall Hall Lane, Oldbury, West Midlands, B68 9PA
Please find the May Half Term schedule attached, These sessions will be hugely beneficial to the students that attend them.
I am delighted to welcome you to Bristnall Hall Academy as the new Principal. At Bristnall Hall Academy, our aim is to provide our young people with the qualifications, skills and attributes to have a successful and happy life. We believe everyone has hidden potential to be uncovered and nurtured. The academy offers a small, close knit community where children are safe, secure and supported to achieve the best outcomes possible. Our dedicated team of staff are friendly and professional, and thoroughly committed to the education and welfare of the students. Recent improvements in the provision of modern technologies, and the additional planned buildings, will allow us to further transform learning for our young people. In order for our students to achieve their full potential, we have high expectations in terms of attendance, punctuality, uniform and behaviour. Every member of the academy community is expected to treat others with respect. I look forward to meeting and working with students, parents, carers and other members of the local community to ensure that all of our young people receive the first class education they deserve.
Please find attached the response letter outlining the changes to the academy day.
After Ofsted’s recent visit, we are pleased to say that the academy is in good hands and set for further improvements in the future. A copy of their report can found here (Ofsted Report), as well as our letter to parents (Parent’s Letter).
Ofsted inspectors identified that the school has made progress since becoming an academy but it’s not stopping there, with staff and students excited about the Principal’s visions and plans for further improvements.
We were pleased to see the hard work and commitment of all our staff, students, parents and Governors being recognised, as well as that of our sponsor.
Moving forward, we are focused on continuing to improve teaching and student achievement, as well as further advancing key areas such as our sixth form.
We can assure you that we will use the report as a tool to make sure that all our students achieve to their full potential and leave us well prepared for a successful, happy life ahead.
The academy has received letter from Sir Michael Wilshaw, the Chief Inspector of schools in England and Head of Ofsted.