everyone has a personal best
67a Queens Park Parade, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, NN2 6LR
Phone: 01604 719711
Cambian Northampton School is an independent, DfE-registered, co-educational day school, providing specialist education for up to 24 students, aged 11 – 16 years.
The school is non-denominational and has a secular ethos, but respects the cultural needs and religious beliefs of all. The School specialises in educating students with SEMH through flexible learning programmes, delivered using high-quality teaching and exceptional pastoral care. We achieve this by forming particularly strong relationships between teachers and students.
Behavioural management strategies are applied consistently and sensitively, ensuring that students are clear about boundaries and expectations, so that behaviour in classes contributes to good academic progress. The motto in every classroom for students is to ‘give respect and get respect’ and this contributes strongly to improving their personal and social skills. We also place emphasis on preparation for adult life, particularly through the personal, social, citizenship and health (PSCH) curriculum.
Our aim is to make sure that our students continue to develop – academically, emotionally and socially – by:
✓ Providing a well-ordered, positive and supportive environment where each student has the opportunity to flourish and succeed, whatever their abilities
✓ Promoting high expectations of each other’s standard of work, conduct and appearance
✓ Encouraging participation in a caring and supportive community, founded on mutual respect
✓ Sustaining an ethos which enables students to develop into mature independent citizens, equipped to make a positive contribution to a rapidly changing world
✓ Establishing a safe environment in which to develop positive behaviour, thus raising self-esteem
✓ Liaising with parents to ensure that all methods of learning and communication continue into the home.
Termly Governance Board meetings are held at Cambian Northampton School to ensure that the management of the school is closely scrutinised and held to account in all areas of responsibility. The agenda comprises:
• Voice of the Child – student feedback
• Head Teachers Highlight Report outlining achievements and challenges and progress against school improvement report
• Outcomes for Children and Young People - Care
• Outcomes for Children and Young People - Education
• Outcomes for Children and Young People - Therapy
• Commercial Performance
• Staffing and Personnel
• Estates report
• IT report
Chair of the board is Anne Marie Carrie who is contactable on firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 0208 735 6150.
The Governing Board contains key individuals from outside and within the school who attend this meeting each term and parental and staff feedback is welcomed.
Call 0800 138 1184
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