Bolingbroke Academy

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runningmummy
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Bolingbroke Academy

Postby runningmummy » Sun Feb 23, 2020 8:20 am

I'm thinking of sending my children to the school. I would welcome any feedback from parents with children at the school.
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coldatchristmas
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Re: Bolingbroke Academy

Postby coldatchristmas » Wed Mar 18, 2020 8:22 am

I don't have children at the school but have two good friends who have their children there and only have good things to say. One has two children at Bolingbroke and another at a fee paying school (sports scholarship) and has been very happy. The other has a son there and has mentioned that it is very structured, occasionally strict but that seems to work for her son and their results are really good. Not sure about sport facilities if those are important?
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Re: Bolingbroke Academy

Postby Jjgolo » Mon Mar 23, 2020 7:32 am

Bolingbroke was horrendous for us. Only attend if your child is incredibly focused and enjoys a regimental approach to life and school and is fairly popular with peers as the bullying policy is atrocious. Not particularly helpful and the communication between staff is non existent, pastoral care non existent and the SEN is too busy teaching to make a difference to the children that may require the time. I have friends that have children there and are ok and some like me that have removed their children for varying reasons but it mainly comes down to their lack of flexibility and regimental approach.
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