James Brindley School is a specialist academy which aims to provide a high quality education in a safe, supportive and aspirational environment for all children and young people unable to attend mainstream school because of health related or special educational needs.
We provide education for children and young people aged 2 – 19 who are in hospital or unable to attend mainstream school due to their medical conditions or special educational needs.
James Brindley School delivers education across 10 sites including teaching centres and hospitals throughout Birmingham.
We would like to ask for your views on the below to help us understand and make decisions on how to improve our overall educational experience for our young people, stakeholders and surrounding communities. Like. Engage. Retweet. https://t.co/C82g2stbFm3:04 PM - 9 Jul 2020
We would like to ask for your views on the below to help us understand and make decisions on how to improve our overall educational experience for our young people, stakeholders and surrounding communities. Like. Engage. Retweet. https://t.co/C82g2stbFm2:06 PM - 8 Jul 2020
FEATURE: James Brindley Academy's Dovedale Centre – school life during lockdown For the full story, read Erdington Local: https://t.co/OXnOUAnlFu @JBA_Live @jbsrtc @ErdingtonLocal @ActiveArtsCV @TerriOnTheRadio @ErdingtonArts @_mr_moore @edking2210 @reviewpublish https://t.co/Tfyihug8V711:36 AM - 4 Jul 2020
Take a look at our June Careers Newsletter. You can access it and download a copy here: https://t.co/JQwKww1Rf2 #JBA #Careers #Newsletter11:36 AM - 22 Jun 2020
Willows Pupil - A Poem https://t.co/TlgdamiEN57:25 AM - 18 Jun 2020
Brilliant to be given the opportunity to share with @QEHBCharity trustees the huge value of investment in the TYA services Specialist Teacher post, in partnership with @JBA_Live Such a positive impact in young people's cancer experience. So very grateful to fundraisers https://t.co/Q1MauQhqfb2:07 PM - 17 Jun 2020
JBA Teaching Centres will reopen to a limited number of pupils on Monday 8th June.Continue Reading
The following poem is written by a pupil at Willows.Continue Reading
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Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week will take place from 18-24 May 2020.Continue Reading
Please see the updated information and contacts list for Mental Health Support across Birmingham & Solihull.Continue Reading
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