Log in

Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me

“Maximising students’ abilities, ambitions and academic potential”

Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College is a successful, vibrant and a popular school where achievement and relationships are vitally important, and where all students are valued as individuals. Broadoak is a comprehensive, co-educational school for 11-16 year olds. The College  prides itself with its modern facilities, particularly for ICT including our own Internet Café and the extensive use of tablets to enhance students’ methods of learning. 2014 has seen the opening of a new state of the art floodlit Artificial Turf Pitch for all year round use, new tennis courts which are also designed for netball and basketball.

Young people are at the very heart of the College not only do we value academic performance, but we also believe that students should enjoy their time at school and achieve across a whole range of areas. We provide a happy and safe environment within which students can experience opportunities beyond the classroom so that they can become engaged, independent learners and responsible and confident adults

We believe that students should have a range of opportunities to develop leadership skills from playing a role in our school sports teams, being a tutor representative, a school council representative, and when they reach Year 11, perhaps even a prefect! All of these roles provide opportunities for our students to celebrate their achievements and skills and act as a positive role model to others.

An impressive 82% of our students gained 5 or more A*- C grades with a notable 15% of the grades  being  A * and A's. The number of students gaining A* and As across all subjects was really excellent and bucks the national trend.  However, the College is particularly delighted with the excellent progress the students have made since joining at the age of 11, which means a high number of students  achieved their personal best!oweverr, it is

Enjoy our website and please contact us if you have any further queries.

The Big Read for Term 6

The Big Read for Term 6

22.05.2015 | General News
In Term 6 as part of a whole college reading promotion we will be reading The Terrible Thing That Happened to Barnaby Brocket by John Boyne (author of The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas). We would like as many members of the college community to join in and get everyone talking...
Morocco Training Weekend 2015

Morocco Training Weekend 2015

14.05.2015 | General News
Last month, 26 students taking part in the Morocco expedition travelled to the New Forest for their training weekend. The weather was on our side for day one and we arrived in time to put up our tents in front of the setting sun. This seemed to go down without...
As part of North Somerset Arts Week, the art of several of our Year 7 and 8 students is being exhibited along with KS3 art from other North Somerset schools., and it looks absolutely fantastic! We hope you will find time to drop in and give this event your support. The details...
Joomla! Україна