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Aims and Values

Our Mission

To provide a high quality integrated education, care and therapeutic environment where young people with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties are enabled to achieve their full potential.


• To create a secure, orderly and caring community in which pupils are able to achieve both academically and personally, whilst developing respect and concern for others.

• To provide entitlement to a National Curriculum which promotes the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development of its pupils.

• To provide professional support which may promote a greater sense of emotional well-being and an understanding of the difficulties which pupils experience.

• To promote appropriate peer and staff relationships encouraging the acquisition of appropriate social skills, mutual respect and trust.

• To prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

We seek to achieve and promote the five key outcomes of Every Child Matters:

The Every Child Matters policy is a relatively new idea thought up and implemented by the government. It applies to the well-being of children and young people from when they’re born up until they reach the age of 19 and is based on the idea that every child, regardless of their individual circumstances or background, should have plenty of support throughout their life.

We are GOOD!

Following our recent Ofsted inspection we’ve achieved ‘GOOD’ status. Carol Parkinson, Principal said on receiving the report:…

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