Bradley Stoke Community School
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|Trust||The Olympus Academy Trust|
|Location||Fiddlers Wood Lane
|DfE URN||137753 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
The construction of BSCS was completed in July 2005 and the school opened in September to accommodate the year 7 pupils. In 2008, the school was awarded specialist status in Performing Arts. The school was rated good by the Ofsted inspection in April 2013.
In January 2012, the school converted to an academy. The school's name remained the same, but the academy trust was named the Olympus Academy Trust after the Rolls-Royce Olympus jet engine which powered Concorde. The academy is part of the Concorde Partnership, a collaboration between South Gloucestershire and Stroud College and nine schools in South Gloucestershire which share resources and courses.
The trust now comprises seven local schools.
Bradley Stoke Community School had its best ever GCSE results in 2016 with a big improvement over the previous year. 68% of students achieved 5A*-C including English and maths. The new measure of basics (English and maths A*-C combined) was achieved by 69% of students.
The schools Progress 8 measure is among the best in the local authority at 0.24.
In 2016, 82% of students achieved an A*-C grade in English and 73% (the best ever) achieved A*-C in maths.
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