High standards, high expectations, high aspirations

Open Day & Open Evening

We’re happy to welcome any prospective students and their parents into our school for a day full of taster lessons and tours on Saturday 20th September, 9.00-12.00 followed by an Open Evening on Monday 22nd September, 18.00-20.00.

Full programme here.

To book a tour, make an enquiry or speak to our Principal, Sally Apps, please call 0117 377 2071. The school tours can be arranged between 22nd September and 3rd October (09.30-11.00). Don’t forget to check out our results for summer 2014 – available here.

See you soon at  Bristol Met!

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The Metropolitan Way
In The News
Post 16


Welcome to our website, and if this is your first contact with the Academy, may I extend to you a warm welcome to the Bristol Met community. Our Academy is currently in its fifth year and has gone from strength to strength since opening in September 2009. It has been my privilege to be a part of the Bristol Met journey since joining the Academy as Vice Principal in September 2011, and it is with great pride that I take on the role of Principal in November 2013 as Steve Taylor assumes the role of Executive Principal within the Cabot Learning Federation.

In 2014 the Academy is once again set to break records, as we are expecting to achieve our highest results ever. Naturally, this builds on the successes of 2013, when once again 90% of students left the Academy having gained at least 5 GCSEs at A* to C with the highest percentage on record achieving this milestone including both English and Maths. This represents a picture of consistent improvement in the four years since the Academy recorded its first results in 2010. The Academy also celebrated the highest number of students achieving A*and A grades across the subject range.

This year also saw our best Post 16 results, which include the highest ever percentage of students achieving a pass at Level 3 (A-Level), with 43% gaining grades A*- B. 100% of students who had previously been offered a place at University achieved the goals they needed to secure their place.

These results represent another step on our road to becoming an outstanding academy. When Ofsted carried out its full inspection in May 2012, it found many elements worthy of praise in forming its ‘Good’ judgement, details of which are available elsewhere via this website. Most importantly, however, the inspectors were able to outline the adjustments needed to make the relatively short step from Good to Outstanding, and achieving this by July 2014 is an aim shared by our ambitious team.

Bristol Met is characterised by energy, enthusiasm and a strong sense of community; we wear our uniform with pride and share a set of core values, The Metropolitan Way, which underpin all that we do. The years at school are few and precious, and it is important that students at Bristol Met have a strong sense of belonging and a belief in their right and their ability to achieve highly. Our staff are dedicated to ensuring that every student’s needs are met within and beyond lessons, and we are committed to working effectively with our students and their parents to achieve this goal. Together with our partners in the Cabot Learning Federation, we are making a positive difference to our students’ lives.

Of course, the learning environment, the positive atmosphere and the mood of the school are best experienced in person. We look forward to welcoming you to our Academy in the near future so that you can sample Bristol Met for yourself.

Sally Apps, Principal