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Our Year 11 Art students have been doing some fantastic work as part of their Entry Level and GCSE work. Entry Level students have been working on sculptures of food and parts of the human body. Our GCSE Art student has been working on portraits and detailed drawings of eyes.
Letter from Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust - Flu Vaccination for Secondary Students Your child's flu vaccination is now due The 2021-2022 school-age flu vaccination programme has now been extended to include all students in years 7 to 11. The vaccination is free and is a quick and painless spray up the nose. Even if your child had the vaccine last year, the type of flu can vary each winter so it is recommended to have it again this year, or they won't be protected. The Kent and Medway School Immunisation Service will be visiting your child's school on 22/10/21 Please complete the online consent form https://bit.ly/3laC6BE before 19/10/21 (3 WORKING days before session) To use the consent form you will need to enter one of the following details for your child: NHS number or Legal surname, their date of birth and postcode Please note the online consent form will close at midnight on the above date, after which your child will not be vaccinated in school. We cannot accept late consent; however, you can call us to book your child into a community catch-up clinic at a later date. We will continue to invite your child to be vaccinated unless we hear from you, this may mean that one of our team calls you to obtain verbal consent over the phone. Please ensure that your contact information on the consent form is up-to-date and always make sure you notify your GP of any changes to your address and phone number. For more information, please read the full letter, which is available on our website: https://bit.ly/38VTqVd
Today is #NationalTeachingAssistantsDay, and we use this day to celebrate all of our support staff across Bradfields Academy. This morning, support staff were treated to platters of various pastries to thank them for all of their continued hard work! We want to say a massive thank you to all of our Support staff!
Teaching is outstanding because teachers are reflective about their practice. Teachers’ superb subject knowledge is used to engage, challenge and support pupils in a wide range of subjects. - Ofsted