Broadstone Middle School
Opening Evening 2020
Whilst we would absolutely love to run an open evening as we usually would at this time of year we know that we cannot do this safely or within the current government guidance. Our Open Evenings are usually an opportunity to experience a little bit of life at BMS from sampling food made by our budding chefs, experiencing art hands on to explosions up in Science!
Alternatively, we like to warmly welcome you to access our virtual ‘Open Evening 2020’ page on our school website. You can also book a virtual tour with a member of our senior leadership team or a 1:1 tour from 4.30pm when all the pupils have left the school building.
Please check back regularly as we will be adding content to this page
Our prospectus video
Take a look around our school and at some of the things we get up to.
Something For Everyone!
At BMS we pride ourselves on being fully inclusive and providing varied opportunities to inspire our pupils to realise their full potential.
Take a look round!
Opportunity for a virtual or 1:1 tour from 4.30pm once all pupils have departed from the school building with a member of the Senior Leadership Team.
To book an appointment please call the office directly: 01202 696 121
University of Broadstone Curriculum
We are proud to present our University of Broadstone Curriculum (UBC)
Being in your element is not only about aptitude, it’s about passion: it’s about loving what you do…tapping into your natural energy and your most authentic self.
– Sir Ken Robinson
Here at Broadstone Middle, we are passionate about providing opportunities for our young learners to discover what they love and find the things they are great at. Our Broadstone University Curriculum is one way that we can provide those opportunities.
Study modules on offer:
We are currently reviewing our UBC curriculum in line with government guidance and will update this information over the next few weeks.
Click below to take a look at last years UBC and the type of modules that pupils were able to participate in!
Who knows, we might just inspire the next Bear Grylls, Barbara Hepworth or even a future Prime Minister…