About us

At Brenkley School, we want our pupils to develop a sense of personal achievement and we aim for the school to achieve high standards of professional Care and Education.

Pupils want to attend school and achieve positive outcomes. Staff select activities that will motivate pupils and help develop lifelong interests.

Ofsted, November 2021

At Brenkley School, we want our pupils to develop a sense of personal achievement. We aim to provide:

  • A multi-disciplinary approach to personalised curriculum developed through working with parents, referring authorities and the care team.
  • A framework of personal objectives that help us to work towards targets for individual development.
  • An emphasis on developing pride and self-confidence through achievement and success. Skilled management and development of behaviour designed around a carefully planned framework of rules, rewards and sanctions.
  • Therapeutic work to develop the young person’s self-esteem.
  • A planned progression towars maturity and self-reliance, leading to work experience and careers education programmes, to prepare pupils for the next stage of their education.
  • A wide range and variety of interests and activities.

 

At Brenkley School, we aim for the school to achieve high standards of professional Care and Education. In order to achieve this we provide:

  • Fully qualified Teachers who are able to deliver a broad and balanced classroom curriculum, together with qualified and experienced Teaching Assistants.
  • Staff who are aware of their personal contribution towards the aims and objectives of the school and who are committed to achieving high standards.
  • An Accredited Centre for GCSE and NOCN examinations.
  • Supervision, appraisal and training as a Professional Development Programme for all employees.
  • Support to staff by a Chartered Clinical Child Psychologist.

 

For many pupils, Brenkley School has had a transformative effect. They often feel that for the first time, their social, emotional and academic needs are being met.

Ofsted, November 2021