where creativity and diversity flourish
Silver Bridge’s Statement of Ethos, Values and Aims
Ethos – Silver Bridge takes a creative, individualised approach to learning, centred around well-being and skills for independence.
Values – We have a commitment and passionate belief that through building trust and rebuilding confidence, every young person can reach his or her full potential.
Aims – Silver Bridge aims to help students to overcome their individual challenges and achieve personal and academic growth. From the time they arrive, we start thinking about where students will be moving to after they leave us to ensure they are well prepared to achieve their goals and
Silver Bridge School provides day placements for girls and boys aged 6-19.
Students who will thrive at Silver Bridge School are likely to have a range of challenges associated with SEMH (Social Emotional and Mental Health). Often young people have additional challenges associated with autism, ADHD, ADD, PDA, OCD and mental health which can get in the way of them accessing education.
Many students will have failed within the mainstream approach that doesn’t work for them. They may now be long term non-attenders and dropping further behind their peers.
If you would like to know more about the school or Post-16 service and are thinking of a young person who may benefit from the Spaghetti Bridge educational approach, please get in touch.
We are very happy to have an informal chat as well as take enquiries for future placements.
The school is still accepting referrals for admissions
Silver Bridge School,
54 Silver Street,
Headteacher: Dan Alipaz
Proprietorial representative: Stephen Bradshaw
|Stephen Bradshaw Executive Chairman of Spaghetti Bridge||Chair / Proprietorial Body member Finance lead|
|Kirsty Thomas Executive Director of Service Quality & Development for Spaghetti Bridge||Risk & Compliance, Health & Safety and Human Resources lead|
|Dan Alipaz Headteacher||Leadership and Management|
|Andy Phipps Independent Education Consultant||Community Governor and Child Protection and Safeguarding lead|
|Tracey Clare-Gray Managing Director||Community Governor and student progress and outcomes, curriculum and quality of education lead|