Developing our students' skills in critical thinking is the aim of a new pilot course being run at the academy by the University of Bristol.
We are very excited to announce a date for this year's spring concert.
BAM FM has taken into consideration the feedback received regarding its menu changes and will be reintroducing the salad bar and homemade paninis.
There has been lots going on this week in aid of Sport Relief!
It might have been postponed due to snow, but the final performance of ‘The Princess, The Monster and The Dragon’ was certainly worth the wait.
There is lots going on in the last week of term, including rewards for high attendance, an Easter raffle and 'Trainers Day' to raise money for Sport Relief.
Year 10 students have been learning all about the world of work this week on their work experience.
While many of us were tucked up indoors on snow day, one Oasis Academy Brightstowe student was outside braving the elements, clearing his local roads.
All staff here at Brightstowe wish you the best of luck during your Work Experience week next week. We know you will do us proud!
Hoping to inspire students during National Careers Week is our financial apprentice, Loni Tanner.
Parents, don't forget that it is Options Evening for Year 8s this Wednesday 7 March from 5pm - 7pm.
The threat of snow didn't put a stop our students and staff having a blast on World Book Day.
Please note that tonight's production has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled soon. Ticket holders can retain their tickets or request a refund.
As there has been a red weather warning put in place for 3 pm today we have decided, in the safety of both students and staff, that the Academy close at 12.15 today.
Congratulations to a group of our Year 9s who visited Windsor Castle after winning a national royal design competition
It was a privilege to welcome one of Bristol's top chefs to cook with our students this term.
Year 9 students have been getting a taste for what careers they can pursue in the food and grocery industry.
The number of Brightstowe students to have “gone green” has passed the 100 mark – a new record.
Former Brightstowe student Yasmin Kongsfelt has been doing tremendous work for several local and international charities as head almoner at Redmaids’ High School.
Our student adventurers are one step closer to their summer Duke of Edinburgh expeditions after completing a jam-packed day of training.