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Welcome to Bramcote College

HGThank you for showing an interest in Bramcote College.

We want the best for all our students and have the highest expectations. Although we recognise how important academic performance is, Bramcote College is about much more than exam success. We develop our young people and place high value on enrichment and on providing learning opportunities that inspire our students both in and outside the classroom. We recognise that every moment in school is a learning moment and that this contributes to the sense of belonging we foster.

We work closely as a staff body and together with students, parents and governors, we ensure that our students make good progress.  Our latest Ofsted report states that ‘Leaders are determined that only the best is good enough for pupils at the school. They have introduced an aspirational culture, which pupils and staff have embraced.'

Our strong pastoral care system, rooted in our INSPIRE values, means that we know our students well and recognise how to bring out the best in them.

We are proud of the school we are and excited about the school we are becoming. We are happy to receive visits during a normal school day where you can observe student learning and talk to students and staff about life at Bramcote College. Please call us to arrange an appointment.

Mrs. H Gale, Head of School

Consultation on changes to the proposed admissions arrangements for 2020/2021

Consultation Period: Friday 14th December 2018 to Sunday 28th  January 2019

For admission to Bramcote College in September 2020, we are looking to amend our current arrangements. 

In accordance with the requirements of the School Admission Code, Bramcote College must go out to consultation on this for a full six week period.

Who do we consult with?

  1. parents of children between the ages of two and eighteen;
  2. other persons in the relevant area who in the opinion of the admission authority have an interest in the proposed admissions;
  3. all other admission authorities within the relevant area (except that primary schools need not consult secondary schools);
  4. whichever of the governing body and the local authority who are not the admission authority; any adjoining neighbouring local authorities where the admission authority is the local authority; and
  5. In the case of schools designated with a religious character, the body or person representing the religion or religious denomination.

Comments are invited on this proposal.  If you wish to respond please follow this link to complete a quick questionnaire. If you are unable to complete the questionnaire or have difficulty accessing it, please contact us on 0115 916 8900 or write to us with your views to admissiobns@bramcote.college or by post to the college. All comments must be received by Sunday 28th January 2019.

Please read the proposed Admissions Policy here. The only change for September 2020 is a reduction in the Planned Acceptance Number (PAN) to 130. This reflects the size of our new school building. Our current Admission Policy can be found here.

Under the government’s school admissions code, any person or body who considers that any maintained school or Academy are unlawful, or not in compliance with the Code or relevant law relating to admissions can make an objection to the School Adjudicator in writing to:

Office of the School Adjudicator, Bishopgate House, Darlington, DL1 5CE

Tel: 01325 340402 / email OSA.TEAM@osa.gsi.gov.uk

Following the consultation, Bramcote College will take into account any responses received before determining final admission arrangements. We will publish the final policy on this website within the prescribed timeframes contained in the School Admissions Code.


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