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Year 6 Transition

Welcome to Bristol Metropolitan Academy

We are delighted that you have chosen Bristol Metropolitan Academy for the continuation of your child’s education. This can be an exciting but also a daunting time and we wanted to have a central place for you to refer to information.

Please take a look at the transition information that can be found here. If you need anything or have any questions please either email [email protected] or call 01173 772071.

Forms / Communication

Please contact the Academy if you have not received the below correspondence:

Principal Welcome Letter

Within the welcome email was a link to complete a Student Admission and Consent form. If you did not receive this email please check your junk folder or contact the Academy.

Y6 Parent Evening – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

CLF Big Summer of Fun Letter

DFE Summer School Funding Report 2021


Where To Buy

‘Monkhouse’ stock the full range of Bristol Metropolitan Academy uniform and PE kit as well as suitable school trousers and skirts. Parents and carers can purchase uniform and PE garments by either visiting their shop, by telephone or via their website. For convenience, if you order online or by telephone, delivery is direct to your home or you can have it sent to the school. Prices online are the same as the retail prices and inclusive of VAT; all major credit and debit cards are accepted.

Address: Monkhouse, 140 East Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 4EW
Telephone: 0161 476 7216
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.monkhouse.com


Uniform Policy

Inclusion and SEND

Inclusion and SEND

Virtual Tour

Year 7 Welcome & Information Booklet 2021

Parent and Carer Handbook 2021

Free School Meals

If your child is already in receipt of government Free School Meals this will automatically come across when they start with us. Further information on applying to receive Free School Meals is available here:

Free School Meal Letter

Summer School

Year 6 Transition

Our Big Summer of Fun

Our Bristol Metropolitan Academy Big Summer of Fun 2021 is running from 16th August 2021 to 20th August 2021 and will offer our young people and our wider community opportunities to learn, play and make new friends this summer.

We are currently finalising our activities for this week so please check back here for updated information.

What is the Cabot Learning Federation Big Summer of Fun?

The project is supported by the Government’s significant additional funding to support pupil transition from Year 6 to year 7 – and across the Cabot Learning Federation, our schools are aiming to support as many children, across all age groups, as we can. Department for Education (DfE) research estimates that the impact of the pandemic on learning has been significant. The DfE has also stated that children and young people’s mental health suffered during lockdown. At the Cabot Learning Federation, our strong commitment to our HEART values means that we are both determined and well placed to support children in communities who have been the most adversely affected by the past year by providing opportunities for them to re-engage, play and experience a joy-filled programme of activities this summer. The Big Summer of Fun at the Cabot Learning Federation will prepare all of our young people for success by focusing on five key areas:

  • Providing a broader benefit for families and communities
  • Supporting our most vulnerable children and young people
  • Continuing an open conversation about pupil mental health and wellbeing
  • Improving education engagement
  • Helping Year 6 pupils to transition with social skills, learning and making friends

More information will be available shortly so please watch this space

Preparing for Transition

We would like to share with you a great online learning resource, ‘Be Ready to Be Remarkable.’ It is a resource to help prepare Year 6 pupils for secondary school, created in partnership by BeReady and Academies Enterprise Trust. It consists of three online content modules, designed to guide Year 6 pupils on their journey to secondary school.

  • Head: What is different?
  • Heart: What am I worried about?
  • In the bag: What do I need to remember
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