The education of your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent and I am delighted that you are considering Brooke Weston Academy.
The vision of our founders was to create a school that relentlessly focused on helping every student meet their potential in order to open up a lifetime of opportunities. For more than 25 years, Brooke Weston Academy’s staff and students have risen to this challenge and turned our founders’.
Today, Brooke Weston Academy is one of the most successful comprehensive schools in the country. Our focus on outstanding teaching, deep pastoral care and a creative curriculum means that every student thrives.
We work hard to develop curiosity, a love of learning, resilience and kindness in our students. Brooke Weston Academy’s success has been recognised with an outstanding judgement from Ofsted and we are helping lead the education system through our work as the lead school of the Brooke Weston Teaching School Alliance.
We are proud of our academic record and our results in both Year 11 and the Sixth Form are outstanding. However, we are about so much more than just academic success. Day to day the academy is filled with students participating in vibrant music, arts and drama, as well as engaging lessons in science, maths and the humanities among others. The academy offers an extensive range of sports, charity events, trips and expeditions, all of which combine to create a caring and highly successful academy.
Mr Peter Kirkbride
Head Girl Milly Simpson said: ‘Brooke Weston Academy has allowed me to learn how to manage my time and become more organised. This ensures that I do the best in all my subjects and become a better all-round person. Brooke Weston Academy is not like a typical school as the timings and arrangement of the day lets you keep yourself organised and get the most out of lessons. If you don’t perform to your best then you can stay on afterwards and teachers will give extra support with your studies.’
Head Boy Parasdeep Bains said: ‘Brooke Weston Academy teaches you how to be an adult. When you start, in Year 7, it is not like other schools as there is no playtime. It teaches you A Level of maturity and the interpersonal skills, such as caring and humility that you need in the world of work. We have gone on lots of residentials to universities and as I want a medical career, I do my IEC at Lakelands Hospice which has given me a great insight into the realities of a healthcare career.’
Getting excited for GCSE results and looking forward to welcoming our new sixth form cohort! Our induction day is Friday 30th August. Dress code is business wear but remember to bring some sports clothing, food is provided. The day starts at 8:45 & finishes at 4:00. #studyatBWA
Huge well done to BWA Year 13 students - securing prestigious Higher Apprenticeships at JP Morgan, Weetabix, Kettering General Hospital and many others! #ambitionforall
Another well done - 120 students are on their way to university, of these 40% will attend a Russell Group University. Amazing! #ambitionforall #brookeweston #bwsixthform #thedreamworkswhentheteamworks
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