We work across 10 sites: Dovedale, Northfield and Parkway Teaching Centres and Hospitals Centres, including home teaching. This section provides an overview of leadership - for centre specific details, please visit the relevant sector pages. Governance information can be found in the "About Us" section.
Many of our young people make exceptional progress in the face of significant personal challenges with physical or mental health. It is our primary role as educators to prioritise their academic studies but equally we recognise the importance of supporting their well-being and preparing them for their next steps.
In each of our Centres we put young people first in all our decision making. Staff morals, training and development are also key drivers for us. Our aim is to create an ethos of resilience, inclusivity and high expectations for both staff and pupils.
Please note James Brindley Teaching Centres will be closed on the 12th April 2019.Continue Reading
We have been successful in achieving our Fairtrade FAIRAWARE award.Continue Reading
Ardenleigh are promoting a new on-line safety campaign under the heading, “Who wants to know?”Continue Reading
Echo Eternal at James BrindleyContinue Reading
SEND Transition Evening at Joseph Chamberlain CollegeContinue Reading
Get your copy of the JB Charity Christmas Single today!Continue Reading
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM EVERYONE AT JAMES BRINDLEY & THE KS4 PARKWAY CREW!Continue Reading
Echo Eternal is a commemorative arts, media and civic engagement project being delivered in 12 schools across Birmingham, inspired by the testimony of survivors of the Holocaust.Continue Reading
The Wall of Sound 2.0 is an updated and improved version of the original Wall of Sound installation at Dovedale.Continue Reading