Make a difference to young people's lives, apply and work at James Brindley School.
James Brindley School is a great place to work with 11 sites, which specialise in different educational needs.
Whether you are teaching children in hospital, making sure our support services run smoothly or helping to make our sites a great place to learn in, we all contribute to our mission of "Every Child Matters, Every Moment Counts".
If you would like to make a difference to the lives of our pupils then please see our current vacancies and apply to become part of a successful team.
Make a difference apply to work at James Brindley school making sure our support services run smoothly or helping to make our sites a great place to learn and work.
Here at James Brindley School we are a committed staff team. There are many different roles within our school every one just as important as the next. If you would like to make a difference to the lives of our pupils then please see our current vacancies and apply to become part of a successful team
Contact our HR Department
Tel: 0121 666 6409 ex: 2338
James Brindley School is always seeking Sessional teachers to teach pupils in their homes as well as small centres on a needs only basis. For an informal discussion please contact us
Tel: 0121 666 6409 ex: 2124
James Brindley School we teach all pupils able to access education from age 2 to 19.
We are always interested to hear from primary and secondary qualified teachers.
It's an exciting time to be involved in education, and we need skilled and motivated governors who are committed to supporting and challenging our school.
Please read through our website and refer to becoming a Governor at James Brindley School, to find out more about us and what being a Governor involves.
Anyone aged 18 or over and living in the UK can be a governor. Governors do not manage a school day-to-day, but are required to oversee its long-term development.
Our School History
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 access education outside of the 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 our care receives the best possible education in a safe, stimulating and supportive environment.