Brislington Enterprise College
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In the 2012/13 year the school had 1247 students.
New buildings, designed and built by Skanska, were opened at the beginning of September 2008 and officially opened in October 2008 by Kevin McCloud. The sixth form common room was opened much later at the end of the 08/09 year due to the old "clc building" being reallocated as the ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Centre. The old buildings have now been demolished and landscaped.
The school has learning communities named: Cougar, Panther, Leopard, Lynx, Serval, Puma and Jaguar. Each community operates as a 'school-within-a-school', leading to improved human-scale learning. Cougar and Panther are for the younger students in years 7 and 8. Puma, Leopard and Jaguar are for the older members of the school in years 9, 10 and 11. BEC also offers a sixth-form scheme for those not wanting to go to a college.
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