Bradley University

The University of Bradleys Both runs every Friday afternoon during term time.

The University of Bradleys Both is linked directly to our Positive Behaviour Policy.  Every member of our school earns their membership to our University each week for making the right choices and approaching school appropriately.  Every member of our school community begins each week with the full hour reward which is used each half term to complete a chosen module of fun learning.

The children will work in mixed age groups during their half termly modules and so will develop social skills and interactions wiht the other children, alongside developing and refining a new skill. 

The University of Bradleys Both runs every Friday afternoon during term time from 1.30pm to 2.30pm. The University of Bradleys Both is linked directly to our Positive Behaviour Policy.

Every member of our school earns their membership to our University each week for making the right choices and approaching school appropriately. Every member of our school community begins each week with the full hour reward which is used each half term to complete a chosen module of fun learning. Any unacceptable behaviour during the week will be reflected in children losing time to attend their University of Bradleys Both module. Children losing time will be expected to sit out of the activity and watch the rest of their group for the agreed period of time.

The children will work in mixed age groups during their half termly modules and so will develop social skills and interactions with the other children, alongside developing and refining a new skill.

The children will be asked to choose modules that they would ideally like to take part in. We ask that the children select three modules they would prefer to complete and then identify additional modules for the remaining half terms. Every consideration will be made to try to ensure that the children are able to complete their preferred module at some point in the year. 

A certificate will be awarded to your child once they have completed a half term module, with a graduation certificate awarded at the end of their degree, comprising of six half term modules.