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Bradley Stoke Community School
Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) as your Home Study Centre
Post 16 Education is about having the independence to choose from a range of courses, taking responsibility for your studies and embracing opportunities.
Our Post 16 Centre has high expectations and aspirations and in return we expect students to have them too. The secrets to success in Post 16 are a student's ability to develop strong independent study skills, manage their time effectively and recognise every opportunity.
At Bradley Stoke Community School we are proud to offer students the ability to learn in a bespoke building using state of the art learning spaces, catering for over 220 Post 16 students. With specialist facilities which include a dance and a TV studio, pioneering Music Technology equipment and a strong IT provision; we are as committed to traditional academic subjects as we are to innovative courses which reflect the times we live in.
All Bradley Stoke Community School students are entitled to a place in the Post 16 Centre as long as they fulfil the entry criteria for the courses they wish to follow (full details are in the separate Post 16 prospectus). We are delighted to be a member of the Concorde Partnership which provides high quality education for all of its students.
Learn in a bespoke building using state of the art learning spaces, catering for over 220 Post 16 students.
More detailed information about life as a Post 16 student can be found in this Information Booklet. By working in partnership, we are able to offer a much wider range of subjects and courses than would be available separately. There is a common application process and timetable to ensure that students are on the right courses and so that students can study subjects which are not on offer in their own centres. This is in addition to shared teaching of some specialised 14-19 courses across the wider partnership. Transport between sites is quick, convenient and free of charge. Early application is advised in order for course choices to be included in decisions about timetabling.
We hope you find all this information you are looking for on this website; if you have any further questions please do not hesitate in getting in touch.
Tom Hill, Director of Post 16
Link to website – www.bradleystokecs.org.uk