At Bradford Academy we believe that having children from such a diverse range of backgrounds with differing needs is both a challenge and a benefit. The experience this brings for all our learners and staff help to create a positive and rich environment
that benefits the wider community. Learners are well supported academically, socially, and emotionally. This gives our learners the confidence to transition through the stages of their learning journey.
We work closely with the Local Authority to support Children and Young People with an Education and Health Care Plan in order to give them the best possible learning journey.
We currently run two successful Resourced Provisions for pupils with special educational needs. They are designated special provision for physical disability and one special provision for autism.
What are we consulting on?
- Developing a new 24 placed Resourced Provision (RP-LA) for secondary aged children with Social Emotional Mental Health Needs (SEMH) at Bradford Academy
This provision will be staffed and managed centrally by the Local Authority. The provision will be part of the school and its ethos. Pupils accessing the provision will be on the roll of the school. The school and the teacher in charge of the RP-LA will
work closely together to ensure pupils have individual learning opportunities and are able to access as much mainstream education as the individual pupil is able to, in order to meet their needs.
The consultation will be open from the 1st of September until 29th September for you to share your views.
Please click on the link and answer a few simple questions to share your view on the proposal :
If you would prefer a paper copy please contact the school office. Tel:
01274 256789 or e-mail: