Development Priorities

Quality of Education

Families, school staff and multi-agency teams work together to enable all pupils to access the school’s broad and balanced curriculum which promotes the achievement of personalised learning outcomes in relation to education, health and wellbeing, community and cultural engagement, and independence. 

Behaviour and attitudes

Pupils are supported to transfer learning to other settings, such as home, and therefore are able to better achieve their potential during their current stage of education and beyond. 

Personal development

Pupils’ provision is shaped through the implementation of an effective system which tracks pupils’ personal development and academic progress. 

Leadership and management

Staff and pupils have the opportunity to enjoy the highest possible standard of wellbeing and mental health.