To view our SEN Report (currently under Review) click here
Welcome to the Braybrook Centre. We are a KS3 Pupil Referral Unit for young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. We not only cater for students who are at risk of or have been permanently excluded from mainstream education but also focus on early intervention.
Our core values are based around Support, Trust, Achieve and Respect. We work in partnership with mainstream schools, academies and other organisations to ensure the needs of our young people are met. Our high expectations for all of our pupils regarding their behaviour, progress and uniform along with a school based environment puts us at the forefront of Key Stage 3 alternative provision in Wolverhampton.
“Rebuilding education for our learners”
We aim to broaden our students’ horizons by offering new challenges through both our academic and creative curriculums.
Our core curriculum includes mathematics, English, Science, Humanities, Physical Education, and PHSE. In addition, an extensive range of interventions is offered to all students including Accelerated Reading and Accelerated Mathematics.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme and our own Vespa Award supplement our core offer. (Volunteering, Expedition, Skills and Physical Award). We also offer all students the opportunity to achieve Asdan qualifications through a creative curriculum, which include STEM, Food Technology, Graffiti Art, Digital Technology (IDEA), and Creative Music.
All of our full time provision is taught in a classroom environment by highly qualified teachers.