Bristol Hospital Education Service

Outstanding education for children who are outside of mainstream education. BHES puts the pupil at the heart of everything we do. We are collaborative, informal and child led.

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Investing in our High Needs Children and Young People survey 2018 - Bristol - Citizen Space. Please complete this survey. Question 9 is about our provision.

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What to expect

What to expect

Just been referred to one of our centres, and feeling apprehensive? That’s normal!

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How to refer

How to refer

For teachers or other professionals who would like to refer a pupil.

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Connect

Connect

Do you have a child at BHES? Join our private Facebook group for support and information.

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What’s on

What’s on

Check out our calendar to see what’s coming up at BHES.

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BHES on Twitter

We called for the roll out of the #twochildlimit to be urgently halted; it would make #UniversalCredit more dangerous. @AmberRuddHR's speech will be welcomed by survivors. It's a step in the right direction to empower women to safely escape domestic abuse https://t.co/p7dpFUnrop

It has been revealed that the government is in discussions about creating an online safety commissioner 📰 This would be a really positive move to help protect young people online! Read more here: https://t.co/UzeUkzpJtZ

READ ALL ABOUT IT!📰 Can you spot a genuine article from a hoax? We're back with our first #WakeUpWednesday of the year, sharing our free guide about 'fake news' for you to share with your school community. High res version here: https://t.co/cHuDnZXPle #OnlineSafety

Student voice

The staff at BHES believed in me and made me carry on in school. Due to all the amazing staff I’ve come so far. I never thought I’d get to the end of the year but I did.

Jessica, year 11

You could not improve in what you have done for us, as you were excellent in meeting all our child’s needs and in your excellent communication with us.

Parents of year 11 student

The teachers were lovely and I was distracted from pain… I kept up with my schoolwork even though I was in hospital for a long time.

Olivia, year 10