day school for boys and girls who have a wide range of Special
Education Needs and Disabilities.
We are very proud of all the Year 11 pupils for their determination, resilience, and wonderful teamwork over the past year(s). Throughout the two lockdowns, the young people at our school have continued to work hard, progress and attain.
We specialise in academic and therapeutic methods to motivate SEND students who struggle to engage with mainstream school. We also excel in re-engaging students who for some reason have become a school non-attender, or home tuition.
Through experiences gained we recognise that the well-being and academic achievement of the majority of young people is significantly accelerated by addressing the root causes of behavioural, emotional, social difficulties, and without this some young people simply cannot access education. Inclusion has many forms but one principle, the right of a person to have the same opportunities and respect as anyone else.
We find pleasure through succeeding in our learning: building skills, knowledge and understanding. We actively promote our belief that each child and adult feel valued for their own personal worth and contribution.
The values, worth and skills to thrive in our mainstream world
Through the power of learning, our pupils will engage in our world with advancing confidence at an individual level.
With high expectations and through dynamic learning opportunities, we seek to provide an outstanding, personalised provision in which each child is enabled to shine.
We create an environment in which pupils, their families and our staff are happy, safe and engaged in exploring our world.
Our curriculum is individualised, creative, innovative and flexible allowing for the needs of each pupil to be met. It aims to promote the social, moral, spiritual and cultural development of the pupils as well as their intellectual and physical development.