Our School Aims

 By working collaboratively with parents, carers, young people and other professionals we aim to:

  • Facilitate a safe and secure learning environment, working with a range of professionals to support students academically, socially and emotionally by meeting them at their point of learning.
  • Deliver our vision with a curriculum that builds on strengths/areas of interest and develops skills through exciting, challenging and meaningful learning experiences.
  • Equip our students with the skills to communicate effectively with those around them.
  • Personalise learning programmes and develop social and emotional skills, thereby improving well-being through a variety of learning experiences, enabling students to achieve academically, build positive relationships and grow in self-esteem.
  • Provide our students learning opportunities which prepare them for a happy and meaningful life beyond school.
  • Remove/reduce barriers to learning.
  • Provide young people with access to quality education and pastoral care which will enhance personal development, stimulate growth and provide equal opportunity.
  • Develop independence and awareness of Fundamental British Values and consideration for the feelings and the needs of others in the school and within the community at large.
  • Support young people to positively manage their own thoughts and feelings and enable them to self-regulate their behaviour.
  • Provide a broad and balanced curriculum that meets each young person’s needs, including meeting the statutory requirements for Education and Health and Care Plan outcomes.
  • Support students’ transitions to further education or employment when appropriate.