After an appeal letter from the Academy and 199 signature petition from parents to Bristol City Council, it has been confirmed that for now the school crossing patrol which had been earmarked to be cut, has been saved. We have not had it confirmed yet how long funding will be allocated, but are confident that at least for the remainder of the school year it has been saved. We will of course keep you updated on any further news, but thank you for your support. It does make a difference when parents get involved which is why we run a Parent's Voice group at the Academy which is led by Kay
The Arts Council for England assessment panel advised:
"The panel was impressed by your continuing commitment to the value of the arts, evidenced in provision you already had in place, such as your Shakespeare for Schools involvement and your annual art gallery show. Likewise, you clearly recognise what the arts can do for the curriculum as a whole......."
My name is Richard Hall and I am the Deputy Head of QEH Junior School in Bristol. This afternoon, two of my colleagues and I were at the Trinity Centre in Bristol for our Shakespeare in Schools workshop along with pupils and staff from your school.