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Students in all years now have access to GCSEPod to help boost their learning and boost their grades.

The first assignments have been set in Teams to invite students to activate their accounts and to begin watching some of the 6000 Pods designed to deliver learning across the curriculum in short bursts.

Click the link below to find out more!

Preparing for Return to School

Latest Update: Return to School

Please click on red button below to read the latest update from the Principal.

To prepare for a staggered return to school from 8 March, we require parents/carers to complete the Covid-Testing Parent Consent Form by midday on Friday 26 February.

We appreciate your support.

Bulwell’s Got Talent 2021

Have you got a talent you want to share with the Bulwell community? Then show us what you’ve got!

Applications for Bulwell’s Got Talent 2021 are officially OPEN!

You have until Sunday 21 February to sharpen your talents and submit your entry (along with your Parent/Carer Consent Form).

Before you get started on filming your talent, please click on the red button below to read the Ground Rules.

Submit your video entry (preferably MP4 or MOV 16:9 format) by uploading to your OneDrive and sharing the link by email to:

Our BGT Judges – Mr Longbottom and Miss Crick – will select the finalists in each year group, and the videos will then be shared (with parental consent) with the Bulwell community for the final vote!

All entrants will receive House Points and the Finalists will receive Gift Vouchers. The Winner of Bulwell’s Got Talent 2021 will receive the grand prize of a tablet device.

So what are you waiting for!? Start practising and get filming!

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Relationships & Sex Education: Your View Counts

To All Parents/Carers

We would welcome your views on our proposed Relationships & Sex Education Policy. Please click on the red button below to read the letter and the attached policy.

  • If you have any queries, please email
  • Or you can send your concerns and thoughts regarding the proposed policy directly to

Thank you

Year 7 & 8 Drama Assessment

All Year 7 and Year 8 students are required to sit a Drama assessment to inform school of their progress in Drama. All students who did not complete this on 20 January will need to sit the assessment on Monday 25 January. Students should check their To Do tasks on ClassCharts for details.

We would appreciate parents’ support to ensure your child takes the assessment if they did not complete itf on the earlier date.

  • The assessment must be done independently and without class booklets.
  • The assessment has to be done at a set time – either 10 am to 10.45 am or 4 pm to 4.45 pm on Monday 25 January.
  • Students will take part via a link to Microsoft Forms which they will find on ClassCharts. The Microsoft Forms link will only be ‘live’ at the above times.

Before the day of the assessment, please ensure your child can access the following links:

If you have any questions or issues, please email

Thank you

Years 7 to 9 Remote Learning Timetable

“You Said, We Did”

Following on from feedback from students, parents and staff, Years 7 to 9 are moving to a one-week remote learning timetable with less lessons and spare time for catching up built into the timetable.

Students should follow the timetable each day in the order they prefer and use any Catch Up time to finish off work they have not yet completed. If they are up to date, they can use the Catch Up time to read, exercise or complete an independent project.

Students should submit their work as they complete it to allow for continued feedback from teachers during the week. All work should be submitted by Friday each week.

You will find the new timetables for Years 7 to 9 on the Student Links and Remote Learning pages of our website (access from the Home page). There are also useful guides to using ClassCharts and Office on these pages too.

Thank you for your support.