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.
JBA Word of the Week! #useit #wordoftheweek #wotw #englishdepartment https://t.co/zpW1DEZvZg9:44 AM - 11 Nov 2019
An inspiring and insightful session delivered by Reverend Paul Nash (Senior Chaplain at BCH) about "Supporting Teachers with a Pupil Bereavement" At this years NAHE Regional Day "Working on the Wards" @NAHEUK #jba #nahe #workingonthewards #regionalday https://t.co/udmivOj3gw2:07 PM - 8 Nov 2019
The wonderful Cerys Davies and her dad Geraint, hosting a discussion group about her experiences- from diagnosis, treatment and the road to recovery whilst attending BCH and James Brindley Academy at this years Working on the Wards Regional Day! @NAHEUK #JBA #NAHE https://t.co/vDgjXBqKE41:21 PM - 8 Nov 2019
The JBA Principal (Hardip Bissell), Associate Director (John Bradshaw) and Head of Hospitals (Tracey Deathridge) enjoying a team photo at this years #workingonthewards Regional Day for hospital schools educators! @NAHEUK #JBA #regionalday #NAHE #workingtogether https://t.co/WeuS3dJXTE11:43 AM - 8 Nov 2019
RT @SeanAndrewsLIBF: In Birmingham and a real pleasure to present at Working on the Wards Regional Day, talking to hospital school educator...11:37 AM - 8 Nov 2019
Today we are proud to be hosting the "Working on the Wards" Regional Day at The Burlington Hotel, bringing together a variety of hospital educators to share experiences and get involved in workshops!! #workingonthewards #regionalday #jba #hospitalschools https://t.co/kQInNrJksg9:37 AM - 8 Nov 2019
JBA Word of the Week! #useit #wordoftheweek #wotw #englishdepartment https://t.co/1QvSjJbw8U11:05 AM - 22 Oct 2019
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.Continue Reading
Well done to Willows & Parkview ClinicContinue Reading
Mrs Felicity Dahl and Sir Quentin Blake are working on a project in conjunction with Birmingham Children’s Hospital.Continue Reading
JBA Teaching Centres Re-open on 5th September 2019.Continue Reading
Opportunity for Young People aged 12-18Continue Reading
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...Continue Reading
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...Continue Reading
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