Broadoak School aims to provide a stimulating environment that maximises the individual potential and varied abilities and attitudes to learning of our pupils. We aim to provide a broad, balanced, relevant and challenging curriculum. We aim to provide a happy, healthy and safe school taking care to balance the needs of all members of the school community and securing inclusive education for all our pupils.
The School has an excellent behaviour record and expects and sets the very highest standards from all its pupils. On the few occasions where poor behaviour is witnessed the School works quickly with a range of stakeholders to address the issue, ensure any consequences and sanctions are appropriate/fair and works to get the child back into lessons as quickly as possible.
In any circumstances where it becomes necessary to take disciplinary action we follow our behaviour policy for guidance. As part of our disciplinary sanctions there is on occasion a need to employ fixed term exclusion.
Exclusions would normally be used:
A phone call is made as soon as possible to discuss the situation with parents/carers and this is followed by a letter detailing the reason for the exclusion and the length of the exclusion. Work will be made available for the parents/carers to collect on behalf of the pupil. Pupils are asked to attend a readmittance meeting with parents/carers on their return to school.
In more extreme cases the school may issue a permanent exclusion. We follow statutory guidance which sets out reasons why it would normally be inappropriate to reinstate a pupil.
When a decision has been made to permanently exclude a pupil a letter will be sent to parents/carers that will explain the reasons for a permanent exclusion. Again the school will provide work for the pupil but upon the 6th day the pupil becomes the responsibility of the Local Authority and they will ensure appropriate education is provided.
I hope you are all managing to stay safe and healthy.
We have been finalising our plans for the Easter break and can now confirm that Broadoak School will be closed from Friday 27th March until Tuesday 14th April. This is due to lack of pupil numbers.
However, for those parents with pre-existing attendance plans, Forest Gate will remain open and will be taking children from Partington Central Academy and Broadoak School (as already agreed). If you do require further support during this period you will need to contact the school directly via email so we can arrange the necessary cover.
A further message will be sent out over the Easter holidays to advise of plans from Tuesday 14th April.