James Brindley School at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
At the Queen Elizabeth (QE) Hospital teaching takes place on the Teenage Cancer Unit. A hospital teacher will be deployed to the QE on a needs basis in close liaison with ward managers. There will be a maximum of 4 pupils on the unit at any point in time.
Depending on the needs of the pupils, a suitably qualified teacher will support the Key Stage 4 or 5 curriculum of the pupil’s home school.
At James Brindley School we believe that "Every Child Matters - Every Moment Counts"
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Young Persons Unit Cancer Centre,
Birmingham, B15 2TH
Tel: 0121 666 6409
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is the city's first new acute hospital for 70 years.
It admitted its first patients on 16 June 2010 and offers the best in care thanks to a purpose-built environment and the latest technological advances.
James Brindley School delivers its education across 11 sites including school teaching centres and hospitals throughout Birmingham, and provides a successful Home Teaching service.
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James Brindley School is unique. Pupils have the opportunity to study a curriculum as they would at any school but we also tailor what our pupils do to suit their needs and interests.
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James Brindley school administration centre Birmingham
We teach across 11 sites including teaching centres and hospitals in Birmingham. We also provide support for children finding it difficult to acess education outside of he home, due to both physical or mental health related reasons. We find children and young people respond best when they feel comfortable in their surroundings, which is why staff work hard to ensure that every pupil in out care receives the best possible education in a safe, stimulating and supportive environment.