September Enrolment

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March 2021 Second Newsletter

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Back to School

Following the Government announcement of the 22nd of February, learners at the Bridge SEN school will be returning to attend lessons at the school from Monday March 8th. We are happy to welcome our learners back and are maintaining our current precautions to ensure...

February 2021 Second Newsletter

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Remote Learning

Remote learning during self-isolation or local lockdown from October 2020 at The Bridge SEN School. From October 2020, if students are at home, self-isolating or due to local lockdown, they will be provided with activities to complete their work at home.   The...

December 2020 second Edition Newsletter

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December 2020 Newsletter

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November 2020 Newsletter

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Welcome to Our  School

The Bridge SEN School is an independent school for young adults with special needs aged 14-25. We offer academic and related services for students with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabilities and challenging behaviour to help them prepare for adulthood and develop independence.

Our team of trained teachers and specialists works hard to ensure that everyone receives personalized education and an enjoyable learning experience. We are accredited by well known institutions including ASDAN and PEARSON.

In addition to instruction in academic subjects, students have the opportunity to participate in art, sports, indoor and outdoor recreates activities and also work experiences programmes. 

The Bridge (SEN) School is a subsidiary of Right Support Management Ltd, Company number 04395439

Our Activities

English Skills
The students will develop all the skills needed for successful everyday communication in English: reading, listening, speaking and writing skills.
Music class
Music is a great confidence-booster. The students will be encouraged to make and listen to music that will help them to be engaged and relaxed.

Feedback

Autistic People

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/TheBridgeSpecialEducationNeedsSchoolAutisticPerson/

This is intended for any autistic adult or young person over the age of 16, who attends our provision. It can be completed by the autistic person or with support. Where possible the person who helps the autistic person to complete the questionnaire.

Families of Autistic People

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/TheBridgeSpecialEducationNeedsSchoolFamilies/

This is intended for the family member/carer who represents the interests of the autistic person to complete.

Our further activities

 

 

Announcement for Board of Governors


Dear Parents & Shareholders,

 

As the Bridge SEN School expands, we would now like to create a board of governors that can join us to help the school continue to develop and grow. We are looking forward-thinking, responsible, energetic, passionate individuals in position of respect within the community. Ideally, we are looking for parents, Doctors, qualified teachers, Solicitors and others that are passionately committed to the education and welfare of young learners, equality and the inclusion of vulnerable people in the community and society as a whole.

Therefore, we would like to welcome applicants to put themselves or others forward as potential candidates to take a place on our board of governors in the near future. If you wish to recommend someone, or put yourself forward for the role, please contact the school so we may begin the process. Help us continue to bring the school into the future and help our learners continue to develop as fully as possible.

I look forward to hearing from you and embarking on the journey with you.

Edith Eneanya-Bonito

Principal