Pod arrival / Departure Times
For students who are brought to school or travel independently, we are asking parents to
adhere to these staggered start times for the pods. It is really important to keep with the
designated time to avoid gatherings on the premises and enable us to escort pupils to their
pod entrances. The following pod arrival and departure times are in place;
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Welcome from the Headteacher
Alt Bridge school is an outstanding specialist provision school for pupils aged 11 to 19 years. We value every pupil and share in our determination to ensure that each individual achieves their best possible outcomes.
Alt Bridge offers a positive learning environment which strives to unlock the academic potential of all learners whilst also directing the support they need to develop personally and socially.
Collaborative approaches are important to us, we value innovation and hold high expectations. We are committed to preparing our pupils for a successful and fulfilling life beyond school and seek to develop strengths in employability, healthy living and positive relationships.
We welcome the positive contribution of our parents and carers, staff, governors, specialists and community partners in continuing to expand the opportunities we offer our remarkable pupils.
Specialist Teaching Areas
Alt Bridge School has developed specialist teaching areas for Science, Food Technology, Art, Textile/Resistant Materials, Computings, Music and recently, the development of a Social and Communication Base. Through these resources, we offer a wide range of creative experiences and accredited courses.
Our school is a stimulating, warm, happy, caring and challenging community with excellent relationships between staff and students. We nurture a real sense of purpose with an emphasis on the provision of high quality teaching and learning.
What Ofsted said about Alt Bridge March 2019
“The school’s formal and informal curriculums work exceptionally well together to support pupils’
“Students move on from Alt Bridge to continue their education, gain employment or undertake internships. The vast majority of students are successful in their move and remain in employment, education or training. “