Able, Gifted and Talented

At Broadway Academy we aim to enable all our students to achieve high academic standards. Therefore we seek to ensure that students who have been identified as being Able, Gifted and Talented (AGT) are supported appropriately both curricular and extra-curricular. Our curriculum programmes support and challenge students and provide opportunities for personalised learning and our teachers foster the enthusiasm of AGT students through carefully planned lessons.

Broadway Academy collaborates with top ranking universities to raise aspirations and over the academic year students have a variety of opportunities to participate in inspiring events.

 

Our students take part in the DfE Dux Award Scheme celebrating academic excellence and have been accepted on to the prestigious Cambridge BAME programme. In Year 9 all AGT students are offered to gain an additional qualification working on a Higher Project.

Year 8  Fatima is an Able, Gifted and Talented student in year 8. She has been given the opportunity to work with students from our primary feeder schools.

 

Year 10  Salman and Mubusheerah were recognised by the Department for Education for their academic excellence. They visited Leeds university as part of the Future Scholar Programme.

 

Year 11  Masuma, Ifza, Neelam and Ayesha hope to study at Cambridge University. They are on the prestigious BAME Communities Programme run by Cambridge University.

 

Year 12  Nazmin has just started to study for her A-Levels at Broadway Academy. In the Summer she celebrated fantastic academic success by achieving 11 A*-A grade.

 

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Internationally renowned poet Benjamin Zephaniah working with AGT students in Year 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AGT students in Year 9 visiting the lecture series at King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls

 

 

 

 

 

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Broadway Academy hosting a debating event with Cambridge University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Able, Gifted and Talented Policy

 

DfE Dux Award Scheme

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/inclusionandlearnersupport/a00205082/2012-dux-awards-scheme-

 

Cambridge BAME programme

http://www.study.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/access/bame/communities.html