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Bradley Stoke

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Transition 

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  • Transition Documents/Communications Here's a one stop shop for all documents that we send out to you or that you might find handy
  • BSCS Virtual Tour Take a look around our school
  • Meet Your Transition Team Have a look here and put a face to a name! We can't wait to meet you all.
  • Welcome to BSCS Welcome to BSCS for students starting in September 2020 from Mr Moir, Headteacher
  • Letter to my younger self Miss Lockyer is our Modern Foreign Languages Curriculum Leader and is also a current Year 7 tutor, here she writes a letter to her 11 year old self, giving her some tips and advice as she starts her journey into secondary school.
  • Mentors Being in Year 11 means these students have been there and done that! They know how it feels to be the ‘newbies’ in school and so know some great tips to help you as you go through your first year at BSCS.
  • Friends Making new friends can feel daunting, particularly if you have just ended a very negative friendship or it was a friendship that you had been in for a long time.
  • Fitting In Opening up about yourself and others can be difficult. It’s important to be able to do the things you enjoy as well as respecting what others do and want to talk about.
  • Things I'd Wish I'd Known Current year 7’s share their tips and advice and reflect on their first year at BSCS.
  • Bullying We take any concerns about bullying very serious at BSCS. Tackling and preventing bullying has always been a priority for the school and we are committed to working with parents and students to ensure our school remains a safe place to learn.

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