What we do?
We specialise in meeting the needs of pupils and students with complex learning difficulties through a waking day curriculum supported by a multi-professional team (teachers, therapists and support assistants staff). The waking day curriculum extends experiences, skills and knowledge from the school day into an alternative, contextual, social learning environment which further promotes the development of appropriate communication and interaction and functional independence.
Visiting our school
Parents or local authorities can make direct contact with Bright junior School and organise an informal visit to the site by contacting our Admissions and Family Liaison Co-ordinator.
Education outside the classroom
The schools multi-sensory approach to learning includes a comprehensive programme of additional activities that are held during the lunch break and after school. Pupils and students are strongly encouraged to participate in at least one additional activity each week. School visits and visitors are an integral part of the waking day curriculum and all pupils and students are included. Residential trips are offered to all pupils and students during their time at Bright junior School.