Residential Curriculum

The residential and extended day provision works in conjunction with and supports the school in enabling our pupils to achieve academically with the best possible outcomes.

The residential as an intervention plays a central role in developing our pupil’s confidence, self-esteem and self worth through a holistic and structured programme of activities, positive adult role modelling and new experiences. It also promotes the importance of respect and enables young people to develop their social, interpersonal, independence and life skills.

The residential experience aims to broaden the recreational, cultural, social, spiritual and moral experiences of those engaging in the residential provision and enable them to gain in emotional security and social competence by being part of a thriving community.

Statement of Principles and Practice