The curriculum offer and wrap around support for our pupils is bespoke to their needs and abilities. Forward Education Trust will ensure that pupils experience a curriculum which is concrete (experiential), pictoral or abstract depending on need and through these modes using a wide range of resources to engage the learners.
At The Bridge School the children follow the National Curriculum and the Foundation Stage Curriculum.
Information on Sex and Relationships education and Religious Education.
Topic cycles studied at Bridge.
Literacy and Communication
Literacy and communication are central to our children’s learning and at the heart of everything we do at The Bridge School. Communication is the passing of meaningful information between two or more people using all available means.
The mathematics teaching at The Bridge School is geared towards enabling each pupil to develop within their capabilities the mathematical skills and understanding required throughout life.
Learning Beyond the Classroom
The children also have opportunities to experience a wide variety of activities which enhance their learning.
Aids to Communication
A range of low-tech electronic aids, and computer equipment is available, to facilitate communication and help pupils access the curriculum.
Provision for Sport
The school gives a high priority to physical development and sporting activities.
The school has its own swimming/hydrotherapy pool and hydrotherapy sessions take place, led by the physiotherapy team based at The Bridge School.
Although homework is not compulsorily set for younger pupils, they are given half-termly homework challenges to complete with parents/carers.
At The Bridge School the staff and children promote and practice British Values across the curriculum and in all we do every day as part of our immersion in the principles set out in the Birmingham Curriculum Statement and our British Values overview.