Photo of four students pictured after receiving their results.

Patchway Community School Post-16 exam results

Post-16 students at Patchway Community School have recorded 100 percent pass rates at A-level and in vocational subjects. Outstanding individual performances highlighted by the school include: Jack Palmer achieved A in English literature, B in history and B in politics, and will be studying politics & international relations at Aberystwyth University Hannah Evans takes up a place at Cardiff University,

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Charlton Wood Primary Academy - ground-breaking ceremony.

Construction starts on new £5.6m primary school in Charlton Hayes

Bristol construction firm Beard marked the start of works on the new Charlton Wood Primary Academy with an official ground-breaking ceremony carried out by new headteacher Neil Lankester. Beard is working with Endeavour Academy Trust and South Gloucestershire Council on the delivery of the £5.6 million state-of-the-art academy which is being built on the North Field section of the old

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Photo of Dave Baker presenting Karen Cornick with a plaque.

Patchway secondary joins Olympus Trust

Patchway Community School (formerly known as Patchway Community College) has become the latest secondary school to join the Olympus Academy Trust (OAT), where it joins Bradley Stoke Community School and Abbeywood Community School (Stoke Gifford), along with five local primary schools in Bradley Stoke, Filton and Stoke Lodge. The Patchway secondary had been in discussions with OAT for some time,

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Students at Patchway Community College collect their GCSE results.

Patchway Community College “proud” of students’ GCSE achievements

Patchway Community College reports that 46 percent of its students achieved at least a Grade 4 ‘pass’ (equivalent to a grade C) in both English and maths in this year’s GCSE examinations. Sixty-nine percent of students achieved an English ‘pass’ and 53 percent gained a ‘pass’ in maths. Notable individual successes highlighted by the school include: Julia Barela 1 A*, 3

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