‘Outstanding’ Bramley Park Academy visited by MP

Rachel Reeves MP meets Bramley Park Academy pupils.

Staff and students at Bramley Park Academy have shown Leeds West MP and Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves around their school, which was last year rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Ms Reeves spent time in every key stage and learnt about the positive impact that Bramley’s 12 place specialist resource provision, LaunchPad, is having on pupils with Autism Spectrum Condition and communication needs.

Carrie Green, Executive Principal at Bramley Park Academy, said: “Bramley Park Academy has been on an incredible journey of improvement over the past few years.

“To go from special measures to outstanding in just five years is a phenomenal achievement. Pupils and staff alike are very proud of Bramley Park and they were thrilled to be able to showcase what a special place our school is to Rachel Reeves and the local councillors. It’s important to us to share our success story and show what’s possible with determination, ambition and a talented team which believes every child deserves the very best.”

Rachel Reeves MP added: “It was wonderful to be shown around Bramley Park Academy and see how far it has come in recent years. From excellent teachers to engaged pupils, there is so much Bramley Park Academy can be proud of.”

Bramley & Stanningley councillors Caroline Gruen, Tom Hinchcliffe and Kevin Ritchie also attended.

Bramley Park Academy is part of Wellspring Academy Trust. Established in 2012, Wellspring is a community of 31 mainstream primary and secondary schools, and SEND and Alternative Provision settings operating across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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