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.
IMPORTANT NOTICE James Brindley Academy, Dovedale Centre, Perry Common Road, Birmingham B23 7AT will be closed to all pupils and staff tomorrow (Thursday, 19th September 2019) due to a burst water pipe. The Centre will reopen as usual on Friday 20th September 2019.3:04 PM - 18 Sep 2019
Word of the week at JBA. #jba #jamesbrindley #wordoftheweek #language #useit https://t.co/jctcOtJmZA7:53 AM - 17 Sep 2019
Here is the superb #JoannaLumley talking about the wonderful joint project involving, #FelicityDahl, #QuentinBlake, #BCH & #JBA's very own Tracey Deathridge and Sarah Slater! Well Done Tracey and Sarah, representing James Brindley! https://t.co/diUg0QB7M8 Watch. Like. Share.7:35 AM - 17 Sep 2019
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