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Bradon Forest School
The Peak, Purton, Swindon SN5 4AT
Bradon Forest School is a non-selective academy. It has 137 staff (about 93 FTEs), including 61 teachers (about 57 FTEs). The present school opened in 2015.
This school is a member of The Athelstan Trust. (Other schools in this trust include Sir William Romney's School, Malmesbury School, The Dean Academy and Chipping Sodbury School.)
Particular strengths include Unfilled vacancies, Qualified teachers and Assistant:teacher ratio. Relative weaknesses include Staff development and Pupil:teacher ratio.
The school's overall score (out of 100) is given below. Coloured segments show the contributions of each indicator, explained in more detail below. Hover over the segments for details. Personalise the score by clicking on the button to set your own priorities.

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Unfilled vacancies: Excellent. The proportion of unfilled or temporarily filled teaching positions is 0%, which is very low compared to other schools.
Qualified teachers: Above average. The proportion of qualified teachers is about 99%, which is quite high compared to other schools.
Assistant:teacher ratio: About average. The number of assistants per teacher is about 0.2, which is roughly average compared to other schools.
Pupil:teacher ratio: Poor. The number of pupils per teacher is about 18.2, which is very high compared to other schools.
Staff development: Poor. Reported staff development spend is £51 per teacher per year, which is very low compared to other schools.
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