At the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, James Brindley provide education for any children and young people, aged 2 to 19, whilst they are receiving inpatient care.
Teaching on the ward is an important part of the multidisciplinary team approach. Teachers attend the daily handover each morning allowing them to plan teaching based upon knowledge of the young people’s needs and availability.
Home schools and other professionals are contacted to ask for any subject specific work and details about the pupil’s needs and abilities. Teaching staff use a variety of strategies to support pupils’ learning to further their knowledge/expertise.
Hospitals Centre Leader
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