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.
Students have been inspired to work with clay after a fantastic trip last week to the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.
We are incredibly proud of Year 8 Freddie Brown, who played 'The Boy' in the Tobacco Factory Theatres' production of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett.
Our girls' football team had a ball at the EFL Girls Cup, hosted by Bristol Rovers football club.
Year 8 students were learning about raising agents in foods with Mrs Booker.
There was a real buzz about the academy as we hosted our annual BRIGHT event last week.
We are very excited to be celebrating National School Meals Week this week.
Our drama department's new costume collection is enough to turn anyone into the green-eyed monster! It was once used by the Royal Shakespeare Company for shows such as Hamlet, A Midsummer Night's Dream and more!
Students had the opportunity to take part in a mock trial in court at UWE's law school.
Three of our Year 11 students who did work experience last March have been nominated for ‘work experience student of the year’.
Find out more about pursuing a career in the construction industry at On Site Bristol's open evening, 30th November, 5-7pm.
Want to find out about science at university and possible careers you could pursue in the industry? Head along to Bristol Cathedral School on on 14th November, 5.30-8pm to meet local experts and find out more about specialist careers in science.
What a superb start from students at Brightstowe on HegartyMaths ... WELL DONE!
OAB girls' football team put up a strong fight against Gordano School team on Tuesday. We were very proud of the girls' performance against a team who reached the last 16 in the national competition last year. Player of the match was Reggi Crabtree for her excellent performance in goal.
Join us every Monday at lunchtime in H1 for Just Dance!
We're very excited to be taking part in the Springboard Future Chef competition on 18th October. Open to students aged 12 to 16, you can pick up an application form from Mrs Booker in E5.
It was pleasing to see such a fantastic turnout at our Year 11 parents' information evening last week. Year 11s are now considering their Post 16 options. One Sixth Form representative commented that she was so impressed with our students – they are so well informed, and really happy to talk through their options. Well done Year 11s.
Lots of expert advice freely available tomorrow evening from 5 pm here at OAB for year 11s - don't miss this opportunity to have a chat about the next step!