With a flexible approach to learning, we aim to support our students academic and social needs
Set in large, private grounds amid a campus of historic buildings in rural Hartlebury, Worcestershire. The environment at the school is structured, stable and secure, with well-planned timetables and routines aimed at reducing anxiety and confusion, whilst supporting decision making and awareness of potential risks and dangers.
The school offers a range of well equipped classroom facilities, designed to meet the needs of the students across the age of seven to nineteen years. Our learners are based in age appropriate environments and we further benefit by having an amazing amount of outdoor space, which our students are actively encouraged to utilise.
Our building facilities are historic, interesting and varied. In Lower School we have four classrooms and five individual learning pods in which our students can access 1:1 learning as required.
The main school building is home to the bulk of our secondary age students where the classrooms are located along corridors and adjacent to our historic school hall, which is the heart of our school and plays a multi-faceted role being our dining room, assembly hall and indoor PE facility.
We also have three separate blocks: The boathouse, which is where our therapeutic staff are based and conduct some of their sessions. The Art & Design Technology room which is located in a separate block along with our meeting facilities and finally our fabulous well equipped Food Technology Classroom and Post16 hub situated next our recently developed sensory garden.
Students will predominantly stay in the same block during the day, however do transition around the school to access the specialist facilities such as art, design technology and sport.
We recognise that not all of our students are natural academics; however, we firmly believe that they all have the potential to flourish, given the right support, curriculum and encouragement. In order to do this our students have a variety of choice and learning opportunities available to them.