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Respect
Honesty
Effort

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Head Teacher's Welcome

Welcome to Braidwood School. Here at Braidwood we want everyone to be successful, to enjoy life and to learn. Success, what does it mean? It means building friendships, building character, building confidence and building that love of learning. Everyone is different, but everyone can develop, intellectually, spiritually, physically and emotionally. Together we build a passion for learning and stretching our minds. The journey of learning can be long, but it is about discovering and really understanding what learning means. I hope you will enjoy looking at our website and learning more about our school. Karen Saywood

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Curriculum Intent

Our curriculum intent is based upon our core values of Honesty, Respect and Effort and encompasses the concepts of Deaf Identity, the delivery of a rich curriculum, the belief in the potential of all our learners and with ambition for their future lives.

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Identity

Curriculum

Potential

Ambition

Implementation

Identity

A strong Deaf identity and positive mental health underpins all we do.

Curriculum

We are committed to delivering a rich, diverse curriculum that provides the knowledge and skills that individual learners need in order to take full advantage of opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.

Potential

To ensure that every learner achieves their full potential, our curriculum is carefully planned, sequenced and tailored to meet the needs of individual learners.

Ambition

We have high academic and vocational ambitions for all our learners, equipping them with the qualifications, personal and social skills and life experiences to become educated and responsible citizens.

Implementation

At Braidwood School, we provide an enriched curriculum that motivates, stimulates and gives all learners the opportunity to excel.

  • 18/05/22

    West Midlands Fire Service

    The Deaf Team from West Midlands Fire Service came to school to talk to some of our young people about alarms and fire safety. Did you know that they will visit any home and assess the risks and install a free fire alarm? Get your visit booked now! There is also a new nationwide BSL relay app being...
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  • 17/05/22

    Automobile association visit

      Sean Sidley, the AA Patrol of the year and Shaun Baugh, the AA Recovery Patrol of the year visited our school on Tuesday to show us their vehicles and explain about their jobs. Our pupils got to see inside the van and how to change a tyre. They also got to see how cars are attached to the...
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  • 10/05/22

    Duke of Edinburgh's Award

    This term some of our learners are completing their Physical section of their Duke of Edinburgh Award by learning to horse ride!
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