Nottingham City Educational Psychology Service is interested the views of children from across the city in relation to their experiences of their education during the Covid-19 pandemic. They want to know how you feel about going back to school so they can help schools respond in the best way possible.
You can give your views by completing the simple survey below.
The challenge is to create a social enterprise which addresses a social or environmental issue such as No Poverty, Gender Equality or Climate Action – and make a profit through selling a product or service.
The prize is an online enterprise workshop, hosted by the Peter Jones Foundation, with the opportunity to meet and hear from leading social entrepreneurs.
If you would like to enter and would like any support with your entry, please get in touch with Miss Cooper via email or Teams. The deadline for sending your entry to Miss Cooper is Wednesday 1 July.
Details of the competition and an Activity Sheet to help you complete your entry can be found below.
Please click on the link below to read the Principal’s end of year letter to Year 11. Don’t forget we’re still here to support you this half-term, and please keep in touch to let us know how you are getting on as you enter the next phase of your lives.
Keep following us on social media and send us your updates. Wishing you all the best from The Bulwell Academy
We are really looking forward to slowly welcoming back Years 10 and 12 from Monday 15 June. The video below shows the measures put in place to protect our school community as we begin to welcome students back to school.
No visitors will be allowed in school and students will be met at Reception for next week’s individual meetings. The video shows exactly how we will meet them and what we will expect of them.