From the day that they enter the school, each pupil is treated as an individual with a recognition of his or her unique profile of talents, strengths and areas for development.
Each child develops their own ‘individual pathway’ through school. This perspective encourages staff to look at our provision with a child’s-eye view rather than a top-down view.
As they progress through the school, children explore a range of issues in PSHE and Citizenship to develop their self-esteem, self-knowledge and self-confidence.
As part of our focus on mental health, the School has recently adopted a PSHE approach known as Jigsaw and adopted the Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) Measurement too. Jigsaw delivers personal, social and health education, emotional literacy and spiritual development through a structured programme. The services of a school councillor are available on request via the Learning Support Department.