BELLE VUE GIRLS' ACADEMY CLOSURE
BELLE VUE GIRLS' ACADEMY IS CLOSED FROM MONDAY 23 MARCH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS IS TO HELP STOP THE SPREAD OF COVID 19.
WE ARE ONLY OPEN FOR OUR MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND THE CHILDREN OF KEY WORKERS WHO HAVE NO OTHER CHILDCARE OPTIONS.
ANY STUDENTS ARRIVING AT THE ACADEMY MUST REPORT TO MAIN RECEPTION WITH A COMPLETED KEY WORKER FORM. THE FORM HAS BEEN SENT TO ALL PARENTS AND IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE WORKING FROM HOME SECTION OF THE WEBSITE.
WELCOME TO BELLE VUE GIRLS' ACADEMY
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Belle Vue Girls' Academy.
Our incredibly high expectations and the outstanding quality of education we offer ensure that, on average, every girl makes nearly two-thirds of a grade better progress in every single subject at GCSE, when compared with all students nationally. The Academy is in the top five schools in Bradford and is consistently one of the top 15% schools in the whole country.
Although academic achievement is incredibly important, this is not our only focus. A broad and balanced curriculum and a wide range of extra curricular activities ensure that all girls have the opportunities to participate and excel in all areas - art, drama, sport, public speaking and music to name just a few.
Our pastoral care is outstanding and all students feel well looked after in the academy. The girls' physical and mental wellbeing is of paramount importance to us and, with our focus on excellent behaviour, we ensure that all girls have the best chances of success, thriving in a nurturing, well-disciplined and safe environment.
In order for our students to be the best they can be in all areas there needs to be a three-way relationship between the student, the academy and home. Good communication and strong partnerships with parents and carers is essential to provide the girls with all the support they need.
It is an honour and a privilege for me to be the Headteacher at Belle Vue Girls' Academy and I look forward with great anticipation to working with all stakeholders to ensure that it grows from strength to strength over the coming years.
Mr S Mulligan