Welcome to Bannerman Road Community Academy.
Welcome to Bannerman Road Community Academy, which is an inclusive primary school in Bristol and shares its setting with the Children's Centre, providing education and caring support for our children from birth to 11 years old.
The two modern buildings in inner city Bristol, Easton are linked by play areas and our developing landscaped areas are used in forest school activities for all children.
We celebrate our diverse and multi-lingual community and believe that all pupils are entitled to high quality, engaging and exciting teaching and learning. We have high expectations and challenge everyone to reach his or her full potential.
We believe that our school is a learning environment for all the stakeholders - pupils, staff, parents and the wider community.
All pupils should have the entitlement to quality engaging and exciting teaching and learning. We expect our pupils to take ownership of their learning and to assess their own progress. To do this we have high expectations and aspirations for all our pupils
Personalised learning is about helping every child and young person to do better, which means tailoring their education to their individual needs, interests and aptitudes so as to fulfill their potential and giving them the motivation to be independent, lifelong ambitious learners.
We are proud of the relationships we have with our pupils, parents/carers and believe that it is central to the making our vision come true.
• Every child leaving Bannerman Road Community Academy and Children’s Centre should:
• Enjoy the journey of learning
• Have an open and enquiring mind
• Know and be proud of their own skills and positive qualities in others
• Be able to recognise and value skills and positive qualities in others
• Achieve the highest levels of literacy, numeracy and Information Technology, together with social and communication skills
• Enjoy physical and emotional wellbeing
• Be aware of their rights and responsibilities
• This will enable each child to enjoy and make the very best of the next steps in their journey
We will work with the parents/carers and the local community to provide:
• • The highest quality environment, where each child is safe to take risks and learn
• • Outstanding teaching
• • Stimulating learning experiences relevant to each child’s present and future needs
Our work together is built on the following foundations:
• • Respect for others and each other
• • Ambition for ourselves and each other
• • Perseverance
• • Responsibility
• • Independence
|Staff Preparation for next academic year||Staff to be in school||Friday, July 22, 2016 - 08:30 - 16:30|
|End of Term 6||N.B. school finishes at 1pm||Thursday, July 21, 2016 - 13:00|
|Basic First Aid Training||Year 6 will spend the morning learning about basic first aid.||Friday, July 8, 2016 - 09:00 - 12:00|
|Curriculum INSET||Training day for school staff - children have day off||Thursday, July 7, 2016 - 08:30 - 16:30|
|Police League Year 5 football Final match||AWAY vs Whitehall - 13 children, both girls and boys, to be selected the week before each match||Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - 13:00 - 15:00|
|Yew Tree visit their pen pals in Dunster||Children will explore the school and the surrounding countryside.||Monday, June 27, 2016 - 08:00 - 16:30|
|Bristol Together (Y5 ONLY) tournament||Keynsham football Club - all day tournament||Friday, June 24, 2016 - 09:00 - 16:30|
|Police League Year 5 football Rescheduled fixture||AWAY vs St Nicholas of Tolentine - 13 children, both girls and boys, to be selected the week before each match||Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 13:30 - 14:30|
|Football||There is the final football training for Bristol Together tonight||Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 15:00 - 16:15|
|All Hallows Festival||A family friendly weekend of arts and events, see what’s going on here at Bannerman||Sunday, June 19, 2016 - 11:00 - 17:00|
There is a new website under construction and can be found here: https://bannerman-road.eschools.co.uk This website will be available from 1/9/16
We are now graded as a Good school. Please follow the link to read the full report.
"Why do we have festivals?"Y3/4 showed us by organising their own Eid party last Friday 15th July. They invited their families and all had a good time.
Trip to the SS Great Britain
Guava Tree enjoying using their ‘Golden Ticket’ exploring SS Great Britain and reliving the launch.
Y3/4 Always children meet 'Pets at Home'
Group Acting Success in the Mid Somerset Festival
Well done to our talented young actors who won their class with an outstanding score of 90!
Community Police Officer gives internet safety assembly
Ho Ho Ho Happy Holidays!
Santa comes to Bannerman and Rudolf almost loses his nose!
Year 3&4 and the harmonica group join together to perform in a festive assembly
Santa and his elf in their grotto at our winter fayre
Christmas story puppet show
Cycle West give an assembly
Reception children learn about real living owls
Owls don't eat worms and most are not nocturnal!
Chrissie Wellington 'Iron Man' 4 times world champion visits Bannerman Road
Chrissie Wellington joins our Forest School and helps to make pop-corn
Bannerman Road Art Group Children visit ‘Sanctum’
A school trip to see work by Internationally known artist Theaster Gates; he has made an art venue reusing building materials from around Bristol within the ruins of a city centre church.
CAB Anti-bullying assembly
Students came to help our KS2 children get a better understanding of bullying, including cyber-bullying.
Year 5/6 children take on Andalusía Academy in a 7-a-side match
Bannerman Children show what they know in the School Council's Anti-Bullying Assembly
See our Assembly Blog:-
Bannerman children meet boxer Lee Haskins
"Sir Bannerman of the Forest"
Fire Fighters share their expertise with our children
The children enjoyed learning about fire fighting and trying out the equipment for themselves.
Bannerman Academy entered the Mid Somerset Speech and Drama Festival on the 12.3.15.
Resulting in; One first place including £50.00 cash, the cup and winners’ certificate for group acting, one second place for group verse speaking and 2 third places in the individual verse speaking classes.3 distinctions - 87 marks +, 10 commended 84-86 marks and 4 merits 82-84 marks. 37 children aged between 5 and 11 took part.Naturally we are very delighted and I would like to thank the staff, children and families for their support, but special thanks to Fae Curry from Big Foot for leading this.