To ensure our approach to education is as individual as our wonderful students.
To enable students to develop an understanding of people and the world around them, within a secure and inclusive learning environment.
To engage in motivational and inspirational sessions which provide broad and balanced learning experiences.
To develop students' ability to explore using their residual senses and other modes such as tactile or olfactory to understand and participate in the community to which they belong.
To develop consistent and individualised communication systems.
To remain contemporary in our approach and share good practice with other institutions such as National Sensory Impairment Partnership and the University of Birmingham.
To maintain our relationship with other partners such as SENSE and respite centres to ensure consistency of approach within the community.
To support students within main school who experience hearing, vision or sensory processing challenges.