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Ethos and Values

School Vision

The main aim of the school is to help each pupil fulfil his potential. The school seeks to promote high personal standards of work and behaviour. Emphasis is placed on improving each pupil’s self-esteem, self-image and confidence.

Mission Statement

We will deliver an inclusive, personalised curriculum through a multi-disciplinary approach in order to equip our pupils, with the skills and experiences needed to embrace life-long learning.

Our Values

We believe:

  • That learning is an enjoyable, lifelong process through which everyone can achieve their    potential and exceed their expectations
  • That teaching and learning should be fun
  • That all individuals have self-worth, dignity and rights, and can excel when their unique needs are recognised
  • In cultural diversity that embraces individuals and promotes community spirit
  • In personal responsibility, adhering to the agreed rules and respect for others
  • That effective teamwork and partnership with parents and carers is key to success.

Together we will:

  • Build a happy school
  • Promote the school’s values
  • Value and encourage positive behaviour
  • Support each child’s learning and help them to achieve their potential
  • Achieve positive outcomes for all our children and families.

 

 

The communication between home and school is excellent.

 

Latest News

World Book Day

At Brantridge School we celebrate World Book Day every year. Pupils and staff dress as their favourite book characters. This year was no different, we had a range of book related activities from drawing your own Fantastic Beast to a …

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Final Consultation Report – Brantridge School to Co-educational provision

The school recently consulted, between Monday 21st January 2019 and Friday 8th March 2019, on a proposal to move to co-educational provision. The rationale for this change is to meet local need by providing high quality specialist education for children …

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Consultation on the proposal to change Brantridge School to Co-educational provision

The school wishes to move to Co-educational provision. The rationale for this change is to meet local need by providing high quality specialist education for children and young people of both sexes with a diagnosis of social, emotional and mental …

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Jumping for joy!

Staff and pupils are pleased to be supporting a community interest company called Sports for Champions. As part of this Ezekiel Ewulo, a long jumper from Nigeria, spent a morning at school. He delivered an assembly on resilience and the hard work it has …

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