I am delighted to welcome you to Bradon Forest School where we provide an excellent education for all our students in a supportive environment. Our CARE values of challenge, aspiration, respect, resilience and excellence, run through all aspects of school life and ensure that our students are motivated and inspired to achieve excellence in everything that they do whilst placing an importance on an ethos of respect for all.

Set in the rural village of Purton, surrounded by stunning Wiltshire countryside, we are committed to delivering a school experience that is both ambitious and supportive. Our aim is to be an aspirational and respectful community, and we are proud to be a truly comprehensive school providing an education of a high quality for all our students.

We are clear that as well as academic excellence delivered through our broad and challenging curriculum, we have a responsibility to develop our students into happy, well-prepared and confident young people and we offer a large range of extra- curricular opportunities to enhance their school experience. From trips to Nepal and New York, through to our successful sports teams, every child will be encouraged to aspire and excel at something that they feel passionate about.

As an established school that has been successfully educating children for more than 50 years, our committed and skilled staff will be on hand to help students learn and make progress in all areas of their life. Our pastoral care is a key strength of the school and enables our young people to also develop resilience and confidence as they navigate their teenage years. Furthermore, the Sixth-Form model that we offer enables your child to have a supportive progression route into an outstanding school sixth form environment.

I am honoured to be the Headteacher of Bradon Forest School and to lead the school into the next phase of its development. With the support of the whole school community, my aim is to ensure that every child is inspired and supported to achieve excellence in some way every day and to leave school with a sense of self-worth and achievement.

Mrs Haines, Headteacher