Welcome to the Bridge School
Bridge School Malvern has two sites, for 11-16 year olds it is based in Hanley Swan near the beautiful Malvern Hills. Our sixth form, named Bridge Business Centre is based in Barnards Green. We take students from the age of
11 to 24 with an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP).
We are an independent school registered with the Department for Education (885/6044) (URN 142833). Bridge School Malvern is also a registered charity (No 1122536).
We recognise emotional and social well-being is key to achieving well.
Our therapeutic approach to supporting children to grow in confidence and self-esteem is central to seeing them achieve. Pupils can expect to progress from the Bridge with a suite of City and Guilds qualifications that prepares them for employment and independent living.
To see out latest School Newsletter please click here
Sue & Neil went to Parliament - Read the full Parliamentary Review here
We have the following vacancies, adverts are on Indeed and for job descriptions click here-
Details regarding a Maths and IT post to follow .
We have vacancies for Governor and Chair of Governors, for further details click here
It is very important that your child does not come to school if they are unwell. Please contact the school office if your child, or anyone in your household, develops coronavirus symptoms. If in doubt, contact 111 for advice, before sending your child to school.
Anyone who develops symptoms must have a test within 5 days and send this to the Headteacher. Those with a positive test must self-isolate for 10 days from the start of symptoms. Everyone else in that household must self-isolate for 14 days.
new, continuous cough
loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
diarrhoea and vomiting in children
Most people with Coronavirus will have at least one of these.
As the new strain of coronavirus has a greater variety of symptoms that may be linked to Covid-19. so if you or a family member has the following symptoms please stay at home and get a test- loss of appetite, sore throat, extreme tiredness, sneezing, headaches, diarrhoea, joint pain or muscle ache, vomiting, nausea, runny nose or congestion.
What to do
Call 111 for advice and to help you get a test if you need one. Do not go to places like a GP surgery, hospital or pharmacy. Do not send your child to school.
Our precautionary measures and risk assessment can be viewed at the following links:
Department for Education advice can be found HERE
Staff, parents and young people can also get in touch with the Department for Education helpline: 0800 046 8687, or you can email them at them DfE.email@example.com