4x4 Without A Club
4x4-Withoutaclub are pleased to say a Big THANK YOU to members that came along to our May 2010 event, which raised £500 for Brookfields Special Needs School. In the photo is Mr. Chris Manning from the school receiving a cheque from (back row) Simon Hiscock, Paul Cooper, Ian Williams and Emily Hiscock (front row) Beth Williams with some children from the school.
Brookfields School - a little about us.
Brookfields School is a thriving and dynamic special school in West Berkshire offering an ‘outstanding’ (OfSTED 2007) education for pupils aged from 2 to 19 who have a learning difficulty. The school is able to offer tailored education programmes to meet the unique and individual needs of pupils with Moderate, Severe or Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. In addition to a learning difficulty, some of the pupils we support may have additional needs such as ASD, ADHD, sensory impairments or a physical impairment.
We deliver our pupil centred approach through the school's multi-disciplinary team consisting of the parents, class room staff, speech therapists, physiotherapists, OT and school nurse. We are a highly regarded resource offering a cutting edge approach to the education of pupils with ASD through P.L.A.Y and also to pupils who have sensory impairments through the school's Sensory Resource.
The school is unique as we have a range of services available for parents and professionals to use such as our highly regarded training courses; our Outreach and Consultancy Service, where we are able to offer advice and support for statemented pupils in a mainstream setting; support from qualified and highly skilled staff outside of the traditional school day.
More information can be found here at-