I've had great experiences with my child's teachers and administration at Brooklyn Blue Feather. Teachers are skilled working with children with autism and truly care about them. I am happy with the high quality of care given to my child and he is making good progress in improving his behaviors as well as his academic skills. Overall, I'm very pleased with the program.
Teachers and teacher assistants try the best to help kids but when the administration of the school meaning principal doesn't have such simple qualities as love to the kids, compassion, respect, and empathy, the entire educational process is not gonna go far way. It feels like students for administration are just the numbers in the list. The last things the principal cares about is student's achievement.
Our class has a great teacher and good teacher assistants. The principal is very approachable and had all my questions answered whenever I had them. Whenever I visited school, I observed a very positive interaction between staff and students - in the kindergarten. I can't say anyting about older classes as I'm not familiar with what happens there.
We are very happy with this school. The atmosphere is very open to parents and receptive to communication. This has been a big change from my son's previous school which had a closed door policy. We have been very happy with the dedication of the teaching and support staff. I would recomment this school if your child is in the spectrum or has related issues.
The school is no good. The staff try to do their best with the children which attends there but the prinicipal and Head teachers are lacking in heart and no how. They treat the children like a price tag and to be honest they children do not learn one thing. This is suppose to be a Autistic school but they donot care about the children.
Discourging. Princial that talks down to parents, does not listen to the children, poor interpersonal skills. The school lacks a lot of basic things. Theachers and assistants are the best, they love the children.