Bradley Elementary School

The Bradley School has a computer network in every classroom and a full computer lab. Instruction for English language learners and special education students is provided in an inclusion model: all students learn together with the individual support they need to succeed.

Our school instituted a writing project that connects outdoor classroom experiences to in school writing instruction.
 
All staff are continually participating in on-going professional development. Several teachers coordinate professional development opportunities with school partners (New England Aquarium, Boston Ballet, Children’s Museum, Museum of Science, and New England Conservatory) to bring programs to the classroom and attend field trips offered by these partners.
 
We have a Student Support Team to address any issues or concerns our staff may have about a student’s performance or behavior. We also offer the BOKS before-school fitness program two days per week, funded by a three-year grant from Reebok. There are several academic and recreational programs available in the East Boston area for students to attend after school.
 
What makes our school special:
  • Computer network in every classroom, and a full computer lab with newly purchased computers
  • Science and computer specialists
  • Advanced Work Class for eligible students in grades 4 and 5
  • Boston Ballet program for grade 3 students
  • Inclusive instruction for students with disabilities and English language learners
  • Movement and dance program as well as physical education
  • Reading aloud with the School Parent Council  and a  book buddies program
  • Outdoor classroom for science
  • Access to community-based after school academic and recreational programs
  • School Parent Council and School Site Council that actively support teaching and learning
K-8 Pathway:
  • Guaranteed assignment to Edwards Middle School or Umana Academy.
Special academic programs:
  • Advanced Work Class (AWC) for eligible students in grades 4 and 5 with Japanese language program
  • Early childhood program for students in K0 and K1 with special needs, and K2 inclusion classroom
  • Inclusive instruction for students with disabilities and English language learners
Our partners:
  • Boston Ballet, Science Museum, Reebok BOKS program, Civics for grades 4 and 5 through Harvard, Dance and Movement through Community Dance
Before and after school programs in our building:
  • Before school: Reebok BOK fitness program for 40 students; admission by lottery.
  • Six Saturday classes to prepare for the ISEE exam.
Contact
 
Principal
Linda Manzo

110 Beachview Road
East Boston, MA 02128
United States

Phone: 617-635-8422
Fax: 617-635-6927

School Hours: 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Early Dismissal, day before Thanksgiving and last two days of school: 1:30 p.m.

Grades: K1-5; K0 early childhood
Level: Elementary
School Type: Regular