Breckenbrough School, England, is a registered charitable trust school with a Quaker (Society of Friends) foundation.
It is a special needs boys residential school which supports pupils with a variety of conditions including autistic spectrum disorders, Asperger's syndrome, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), ADD (attention deficit disorder) and BESD (behavioural, emotional and social disorders). There is a school ethos of peaceful conflict resolution which attempts to establish positive relationships between the staff and boys, and aims to allow the pupils to achieve success in both GCSE examinations and future educational and career placements.
The school was founded in 1934 and has existed on its present site since 1958.
- Calvert, J. Breckenbrough School - School History. (Pub. 1985). Covers the first 50 years.
- Breckenbrough Papers, 1934 - 1975. (Pub. 1987).
- List of Friends Schools
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