Bradford Forster Academy

Bradford Forster Academy is a secondary academy founded in September 2015 and admitting children between the ages of 11 and 16. The Academy’s initial student cohort was made up of 150 year 7 students, but Bradford Forster aims to expand its range to five full age groups by the year 2019.

Bradford Forster Academy seeks to make an impact on students from less privileged socio-economic backgrounds by teaching them to believe in themselves and their capacity to do well in life. Bradford Forster Academy students are taught to be adaptable, flexible, ambitious, courteous, resilient and open-minded, and the skills the Academy’s staff and teachers impart upon them help prepare them for professional life and make them highly employable prospects by the time they finish their studies.

Bradford Forster Academy prides itself on demanding high personal and academic standards from its students, while conversely offering them the ideal conditions in which to achieve these goals. This Academy is permeated by a culture of success, and seeks to provide young people from the community with a hub they can both be proud of and make extensive use of in their quest to better themselves.

Contact Information

Fenby Avenue
Bradford
BD4 8RG

http://www.bradfordforsteracademy.co.uk/

Tel: 01274 302400

Head Teacher: Wendy Adeniji

Chair of Governors: Sharron Arnold


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