June 1st – School closed for INSET.
June 2nd onwards – the school will be opening for a wider group of pupils than has been the case in recent weeks. To ensure that we can ensure social distancing, only send your child to Brantridge on the specific days that the school has offered your particular family.
Please note the revised times of the school day from June 2nd until the end of the current academic year :
On Mondays to Thursdays, pupils are to arrive at 9.00am and will leave at 2.30pm.
On Fridays, pupils will arrive at 9.00am and leave at 12.30pm.
When liaising with the taxi companies, please remember to re-iterate these new times.
Welcome to the Brantridge School.
We aim to create positive and respectful relationships here at Brantridge as we believe that this is foundational for us as a school. Within an atmosphere of mutual respect our pupils can flourish as their individual needs are catered for by a wide range of professionals. This facilitates a community where individuals flourish and achieve their full potential, ready for their next step in their learning journey.
We hope that you enjoy looking at our website and find all the information you require. However we would be delighted to show you our school in person. Should you want to visit us please contact us directly via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01444 400228.
I look forward to welcoming you to Brantridge School soon.
Dafydd Roberts - Principal
“Pupils in the school model calm and respectful behaviours which have in turn impacted positively on the outcomes of the pupils” Surrey Council June 2018
The communication between home and school is excellent.
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