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Waterloo school is an special maintained school for pupils aged 4 to 11 who experience social, emotional and mental health challenges. We have places for 82 children and have a site in Waterlooville and one in Gosport. Our school vision is \"To inspire a sense of belonging that develops skills for learning and life in a creative environment in which we all learn.\" Our aim is to ensure that all children have a positive experience at our school.
Maintained LA specialist provision for SEMH. Co-educational KS1-4. The culture and ethos of the school is that we believe that our consistent and driven focus on unconditional positive regard for all our school community, using restorative approaches to problem solve and maintain relationships is what makes the difference to all we do.
Thomas Ashton School is a community day school for boys and girls from KS1-KS3 who have an EHCP that describes their primary need as being SEMH. In line with the needs of our pupils, we are developing a more therapeutic response along with creatively reviewing provision in order to meet the increasing demand for places. From September 2020 we are hoping to work in partnership with the local authority and a local mainstream primary school to provide an off-site offer for our KS1 pupils, and we are in talks with the local authority about retaining ownership of our KS4 pupils in September 2021 with a view to creating a KS4/KS5 provision.... the question is, where?!!! We have recently invested in training for the Thrive Approach as we look to rethink our whole approach with our pupils and their families in support of their neuro-developmental needs, the building of resilience and the matching of our curriculum and provision more closely to the needs of our pupils. We are working out how to successfully manage the co-morbidity of ASC with SEMH, and have been a driver in the local area in the promotion of mental health and emotional wellbeing for pupils and for staff.
Greenhill Special School welcomes students aged 11-18 with social, emotional, behavioural difficulties. Greenhill School is a unique school where the staff work tirelessly to support young people to achieve examination success, develop their social skills and improve their opportunities in life. Our vision and purpose is to ensure that every child has a right to educational excellence through the provision of high quality teaching. We will ensure that all our energies are focussed on helping teachers deliver excellent learning so that our students achieve to the best of their abilities. Joining Greenhill School is a fresh start for our students and we pride ourselves on being able to provide a personalised and bespoke approach to helping students to overcome the numerous challenges they face. We know that all of our young people have individual talents and interests. We provide a broad range of educational experiences both on and off the school site. These activities help our students develop a real interest in the world around them and ultimately lead to each and every one of our students achieving externally recognised qualifications. At Greenhill School, we desire that all students enjoy their education; we want them to take responsibility for their learning and to become resilient, resourceful and reflective young people. We work to create a school environment where children are happy, safe and secure and have the opportunity to develop their talents. Greenhill School provides a stimulating curriculum that encourages curiosity, helps students to understand the importance of values and provides our young people with the skills and experiences they need in preparation for adult life. Greenhill is a great place to learn .
Ysgol Bryn Castell (YBC) is a community day special school which provides education for pupils aged 7 to 19 years old with complex Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD) including Autism alongside specific learning difficulties and other additional learning needs. We are a caring, small school that is able to offer an independent package of support for pupils to enable them to achieve and enjoy their schooling. For many pupils, their admission to YBC can represent the start of a positive learning experience; which many pupils may not have encountered for a significant period of time. At YBC we encourage all pupils to get back into learning; we want them to take responsibility for their learning, and to become resilient, resourceful and reflective young people. We want to create a school environment where children are safe and secure, where they enjoy their learning and have the opportunity to develop their talents. We want to provide a stimulating curriculum that encourages curiosity and values independent thought. All our staff are committed to these aims and continually strive to provide the highest quality education we can for our pupils. All staff value the quality of teaching and the strong pastoral care of our pupils and are dedicated to doing their best for all the children in the school. They look to develop a constructive relationship with Parents/Carers and other stakeholders so that we can genuinely work together to help and support all pupils to achieve their best: ‘Together we can achieve …’