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Breda Academy are delighted that the GCSE IT achievement of one of its Y13 students has been recognised by the CCEA exam board. Matthew secured an A* in double award GCSE ICT in the summer and will be attending an awards ceremony in April of next year. He has stayed on at Breda into the [...]
The Year 12 Occupational Studies class managed to raise £133 this morning with their bake sale for MacMillan Cancer. They sold a selection of tray bakes, hotdogs, pizza slices and ice pops. The girls thoroughly enjoyed hosting the coffee morning for such a worthwhile cause.
Massive Congratulations to our Year 12 pupils who have scored exceptionally well in their GCSE’s this year. There was a 15% jump in the number of pupils gaining 5 or more GCSE’s at Grade A*-C – this is a significant increase. The Breda Academy results surpassed the combined results of our two predecessor schools (Knockbreda [...]
Congratulations to all our Year 14 students on their fantastic A-Level results today - all the hard work paid off. The best of luck for the next chapter and Mrs Glover looks forward to the duck photographs! Click edit button to change this text.
Breda Academy student Emma Jones has been stepping into the past with a journey of discovery around some of the World War I battlefields of Belgium and France. History came starkly to life for Emma, an enthusiastic Cadet Company Sergeant Major with Sunnyside Street Detachment Army Cadet Force, as, together with cadets from across the [...]
Breda Academy hosted its first Careers’ Fair for all Year 12, 13 and 14 students. Over 25 local companies and training organisations attended and were very impressed by the enthusiasm and behaviour of all the students. Students enjoyed the opportunity to find out about future career options and engaged positively with all exhibitors. A massive [...]
In December 2016, three Year 14 students (Amanda Mironova-Stronge, Morgan Lilley and Lauren McGivern) were awarded the British Psychological Society’s (NI) prize for A Level Research at their Annual A Level Conference at Queen’s University. The girls had conducted their own research investigating the differences between adults’ and teenagers’ risk taking behaviour. As prize-winners, [...]