Worries & Concerns

We hope you are happy at school but if there is anything that you are worried about please let us know. A pupil who is worried about any aspect of their life can write down their feelings or concerns on our ‘It’s ok to tell Boris’ or ‘It’s ok to say’ forms, and post it in the postbox.

The forms are available in all classrooms and staff will be available to help the boys complete the form if they wish.

Boris accompanies the boys on visits and trips and is used as a prompt to tell the story of the residential experience at Brantridge.

The communication between home and school is excellent.

 

Latest News

World Mental Health Day

Brantridge School pupils took part in a themed day for World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10th October. The pupils took part in a “Juice and Talk” session where they got to know each other better through the use of …

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National Fitness Day

Brantridge School celebrated National Fitness Day on Thursday 26th September as part of promoting the health and well-being of our pupils. As part of the day, pupils took part in the following activities: yoga, outdoor assault course and Ultimate Warrior …

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Bonnie the therapy dog!

Every Wednesday we are joined by a therapy dog called Bonnie. She comes in to read with boys, be taken for walks and for the boys to spend time with her. A therapy dog is used in setting like ours …

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Outdoor Learning

During Outdoor Learning one of the pupils came up with a fantastic idea of making natural masks using the natural resources available. As a result many of the pupils have been making amazing masks. The masks have also sparked some interesting …

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