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Co-op Academy Broadhurst

A learning community with the children at the heart of everything we do

About Us

As a Forest School, we develop the children’s experience of nature and outdoor spaces

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Developing a lifelong love of learning

Our Curriculum

Welcome to

Co-op Academy Broadhurst

We believe that a strong partnership between home and school is the foundation for a successful education. We provide an exciting and stimulating curriculum that fully engages the children to enjoy learning and make excellent progress. We look forward to working with you to build a secure foundation for your child at school.

A Warm Welcome
From our Headteacher

Mrs J Gough, Headteacher

A warm welcome to you and your child. We are a small, friendly Primary School in Moston, North Manchester, which offers good quality education to children from Nursery through to Year 6. We are a learning community and as a Unicef Rights Respecting Gold school the children are very much at the heart of everything that we do. Our main aim is to encourage the children to develop a life long love of learning whilst giving them the skills and values to become positive citizens of the future.

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Joined Co-op Academies Trust

1 of 34 Academies in the Trust

​​​​​​​What do people say?

Pupils of all backgrounds, cultures and ethnicities are guaranteed a warm welcome at this happy and nurturing school. New pupils, including children in the early years, quickly settle in well and soon feel valued members of the Broadhurst family.

Ofsted 2023

Leaders have created a can-do culture where pupils are encouraged to try their best each day. Pupils proudly strive to live up to leaders’ high expectations of them. They work hard and relish the wealth of opportunities that leaders provide. Pupils behave well and play in harmony together.

Ofsted 2023

Members of the school parliament meet regularly with the school’s ‘prime minister’ to organise special events and to support their local community. Mental health leaders help pupils to understand the importance of looking after their emotional well-being. Sports’ ambassadors encourage pupils to keep fit and healthy.

Ofsted 2023

Leaders are proud of their broad, bespoke and ambitious curriculum. They have considered carefully the knowledge and vocabulary that they want pupils to acquire from the beginning of the early years to the end of key stage 2.

Ofsted 2023

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