Breckenbrough - more than a school

The school where individuality flourishes

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Life at Breckenbrough

Life at Breckenbrough

Please click here to learn about life at Breckenbrough and how our students develop and progress in school and beyond. Also details of news and events, fundraising and a tour of Breckenbrough.

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Pupils & Parents

Pupils & Parents

Please click here for information about the school timetable including academic and social curriculum, subjects, boarding details and support provision offered. Also information on trips and visits and pupil support in and out of school.

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Essential Information

Essential Information

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What makes us special?

Like our students, Breckenbrough is unique; offering a bespoke, special school approach in delivering the national curriculum.  We pride ourselves in being a ‘specialist’ school, providing a nurturing, supportive and low stress environment to help our students learn to manage their behaviours and make social and academic progress.

We aim to support our students to achieve two key goals during their time here:

  1. To be themselves, aspire and be successful.
  2. To develop strategies and coping mechanisms to move towards a level of self-actualisation in order to thrive in the neurotypical world.

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Latest News and Events from Breckenbrough School

Breckenbrough - more than a school

Autumn 2017 Newsletter

Please find a PDF of our Autumn 2017 Newsletter here: Autumn 2017 Newsletter

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Breckenbrough - more than a school

2017/2018 Term Dates

Please find a PDF of our term dates for the 2017/18 academic year here:  2017/2018 Term Dates

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Breckenbrough - more than a school

Outstanding Residential Ofsted report

“The staff in this school work as one united team. Consequently, the delivery of the 24-hour curriculum is seamless. The students benefit tremendously from all of the staff spending quality time with them in the school and in the residential setting. Staff spending quality time with the students ensures that the staff team has an […]

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"Students’ individuality is celebrated. This helps to build relationships between staff and students based on respect and trust. As a result, students enjoy spending time with staff and sharing hobbies such as the school motocross track. As students’ self-belief improves, they gain the social skills and confidence to undertake activities such as skiing holidays and meals out. One student commented: `I could not go out for meals with my
family, and now I can.’"

Ofsted Inspection report for Residential Special School March 2017 - Outstanding in all areas