Bradley Stoke Community School

Bradley Stoke Community School

The Olympus Academy Trust is committed to delivering an outstanding education for young people, ensuring that our students have access to the highest standards of teaching, resources and learning opportunities.

We work in close partnership with our schools, ensuring that we facilitate the sharing of best practice and provide access to a wide range of partners and resources for the benefit of our students and the wider community. Visit our website here or follow us on Twitter @olympustrust.

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FAQ by Students

What do I do if I get lost?

Use your planner – there is a map in it! The school is on 2 floors – rooms on the Ground floor are marked with the letter G and then a number, rooms on the First floor are marked with the letter F and then the room number, so you will know if you should at least be upstairs or downstairs. If you still can’t find out where you need to be, ask somebody for some help.

How long do I get for lunch?

Lunch is 30 minutes – you will soon get used to only having 30 minutes for your lunch break.. This gives you plenty of time to eat your lunch, get some fresh air, use the toilet if you need to and get yourself organised for your next lesson.

How will I know who my tutor is?

You will have the opportunity to meet your form tutor on the Transition day during term 6

What do I do if I am having problems with friendships?

Tell somebody – talk to your tutor, your parent(s)/carer(s), an adult in school or Student Support. They will help you to sort the problem out. If you don’t tell anybody, they can’t help you.

Can I bring my mobile phone into school?

Yes, you can! However, it must be turned off before you come in through the main doors and put away in your locker. It must then stay in your locker until you go home – please don’t turn it on or use it until you have left school.

Can I chew gum?

No.

Will I get lots of homework?

You will be issued with Independent Learning (IL). You should write this in your planner and then complete it ready to hand in on the deadline given. If you get stuck with your IL and you have asked your parent(s)/carer(s) for help, please go and speak to the teacher about it, before it is due in, so that they can help you.

What do I do if I don’t feel well?

If you don’t feel well, or if you have hurt yourself, there is a medical room next to the main office. Go along there and a member of staff will make sure that you are ok.

Do I have to have a school lunch?

No, you don’t. You can either bring in sandwiches from home or buy a school lunch. Everybody eats their lunch in the dining room and you can all sit next to each other whether you have packed lunch or school dinners.