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

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Our first Student Reporter!

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