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I'm happy to be the principal of the Forest Bridge School. Latest tweets from the Forest Bridge School (@ForestBridgeSch). The Forest Bridge School is a free school for students on the autistic spectrum.

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I' m happy to be the principal of the Forest Bridge School. It is a privilege for me to have the chance to be the first director of a new free school that serves students with autoism in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and surroundings. My 17 years of working with kids of all age groups with autoimmune diseases.

I started my trip as an Assistant Professor in an American college until I spent 7 years in London as a headmaster in a senior education college for autistic schoolchildren. I am now delighted and excited to have fulfilled a vision of creating an exceptional service for autistic youngsters, rooted in the ministry and focused on the full development of each student's full learning capacity.

It is my dream that all "teachers" in a student's lifetime work in tight partnerships and offer excellent instruction so that every student can get the best possible results. In the Forest Bridge School, this relationship will involve the following: parent, teacher, behavioural analyst, voice therapist, ergotherapist and tutor.

The Forest Bridge School.

The Forest Bridge is a special free education for young adults with a basic primary diagnosis of autoimmune disease. Opened in September 2015, the centre currently targets a total of 58 students aged between 4 and 13. Once the Braywick office has been relocated, which is expected to be in September 2019, the facility will be able to accommodate a total of 96 students aged between 4 and 16.

It is the goal of the primary and secondary schools to create a supportive and supportive setting with a high degree of therapy and quality instruction so that autistic students can develop their full potentials and make optimal use of their minds, focuses and abilities. The Forest Bridge Schools will help any student who is leaving college to enter vocational college, get a job or continue their studies.

Taught and learned is governed by the legal frameworks for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and the national curriculum. Our goal is that each student makes the anticipated advances in the EFJS and in each key phase of the national curriculum and leaves with either a GCSE or equal qualification.

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