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Brantwood Specialist School - day and residential education and care in Sheffield and South Yorkshire for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEN)
Brantwood Specialist School is situated in Nether Edge, Sheffield and provides daytime only or residential school placements to boys and girls aged 7-19 and respite care.
We have expertise in working with children with complex special educational needs or learning disabilities whose needs cannot be met elsewhere for example:
• Autistic Spectrum Condition
• Children displaying signs of autism or autistic traits (with or without an autism diagnosis)
• Asperger’s or high functioning autism
• Attention and concentration difficulties
• Attachment and anxiety related difficulties
• Children and young people deemed hard to engage including those with ‘school phobia’
Brantwood Specialist School offers the opportunity for children with special needs to learn and grow within a holistic, inclusive educational framework. The practical, hands-on activities are underpinned by the content and assessment criteria of the National Curriculum and supported by individual therapies. We believe that education is about developing the whole person, by meeting the physical, emotional, spiritual and social, as well as their academic and learning needs. We are committed to making a positive impact on young people’s lives and helping them to become the person they want to be.
Ofsted Rating and Reports
Brantwood is inspected by Ofsted for both its Educational and Social Care provision.
To view our latest Education report please click here
To view our latest Social Care report please click here.
Want to know more about us?
Please contact our Admissions Team on 0114 250 0036 or email: email@example.com
You can download our latest Prospectus here. We have open evenings every Thursday at 5.00pm during term time and hold regular parent coffee mornings and other events.
You can find our Admissions Policy here on this page.
‘The school’s alternative approach to education has led to improved attendance, better behaviour and more positive attitudes to learning than in students’ recent past.’ Ofsted 2012
Brantwood Specialist School is part of Ruskin Mill Trust
Ruskin Mill Trust is a leading independent provider of specialist care and education for young people and adults with learning and complex co-morbid needs including autism / ASD, Asperger syndrome, behavioural, social and emotional difficulties, mental health problems, self-harm, epilepsy, dyspraxia and other special educational needs (SEN).
We welcome applications from throughout the UK.
Currently working with a large number of local authorities, the Trust has been providing specialist Education, Health & Care for young people for over 25 years. Our pioneering method of ‘Practical Skills Therapeutic Education’ is recognised internationally and has helped transform the lives of hundreds of young people.