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Class Groups

The school caters for up to 54 boys who are taught in 8 classes and are grouped according to ability and learning need. By grouping in this way it means that the curriculum can be adapted and presented in the most effective way for our pupils. Our classes have a space theme and are called: Saturn, Pluto, Mercury, Neptune, Jupiter, Titan, and Mars.

We also have a nurture group that is known as Galaxy

To find out more about what we are learning take a look at our class pages.

Each class has at least a teacher and a TA and our maximum class size is 8. Some classes have more adults depending on the needs of the pupils.

We have a pupil support team, who are also available to support both in and out of class as the need arises. We currently have an OT one day per week. We have a full time Therapy Assistant who helps implement the strategies within class as well as working with small groups on social skills. We also have an art therapist 3 days per week.

All classes have the opportunity to take part in Outdoor learning for one hour each week. During these session the pupils have made hot chocolate, bird boxes, decoupage, reindeer and much more.

Should you have any queries about the curriculum, please email Danielle Harry at d.harry@brantridge-school.co.uk

The communication between home and school is excellent.

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Secondary Consultation

The consultation on the proposal for Brantridge School to accommodate a co-education secondary provision (Years 7-11) of 80 pupils on the current school site runs from 1st November to 29th November 2021. A public meeting will be held at Brantridge …

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Neptune Class went on a ‘safari’ around the school and they found a toad. Can you spot it in the photo? It is well camouflaged amongst the bits of wood.

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Chicken Run

Classes have been taking it in turns to feed and look after the latest addition to the Brantridge School grounds. The eight chickens who normally live on Tom’s Farm at Nightingale Community Academy in Wandsworth, have been taking a holiday …

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