The latest news & updates from across James Brindley

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  • 13/02/20

    Dovedale Pupil Looking To The Future

    Neon, a Dovedale pupil wanted to share his creative piece of work in preparation for college interviews.
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  • 10/12/19

    Parent & Carer Feedback

    Please complete our parent/carer feedback survey for 2019-20
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  • 26/11/19

    SEND Parent and Carer Survey 2019

    Important Notice for Parents & Carers
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  • 15/11/19

    'Working on the Wards’ Regional Day

    'Working on the Wards’ Regional Day- Friday 8th November 2019
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  • 07/10/19

    James Brindley Academy has achieved Artsmark Gold Award!

    Our Academy has been recognised that it is strongly committed to the Arts and our Artsmark journey has had a very positive impact on the young people we work with.
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  • 01/10/19

    Willows Centre and Parkview Clinic successfully maintain Autism Accreditation status

    Well done to Willows & Parkview Clinic
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  • 16/09/19

    Birmingham Children’s Hospital – Roald Dahl windows

    Mrs Felicity Dahl and Sir Quentin Blake are working on a project in conjunction with Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
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  • 04/09/19

    Back To School

    JBA Teaching Centres Re-open on 5th September 2019.
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  • 03/07/19

    JBA honoured with "Outstanding Governance Award"

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  • 13/05/19

    Word Lounge Theatre Company

    Opportunity for Young People aged 12-18
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  • 13/05/19

    Poetry Anthology by the Young Writers Company!

    CONGRATULATIONS to the 12 James Brindley pupils selected for their work to be published in a Poetry Anthology by the Young Writers Company! Over 8000 entries were made nationally and 12 James Brindley pupils have been selected as stand out pieces of work from that pool of competition entries! You...
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  • 13/05/19

    Trauma-informed Transitions (Beacon House)

    Vulnerable children will start to become more anxious and even frightened about the end of term, especially if they are moving onto another school or other placement. It can be a challenging time for the young person as well as the adults around them. Some children may even end up sabotaging their e...
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