The Hub School is responsible for the delivery and management of high quality and appropriate alternative education provision which includes:
- secondary phase pupils (Years 7 to 11) full-time permanent education provision educated on site. These students have an Education & Health Care Plan and are therefore referred to the school by the Local Authority’s SEND Team
- Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11) full-time commissioned placements. These students may or may not have an Educational & Health Care Plan therefore are referred to the school by either their home school or the Local Authority’s SEND Team
- short-term education provision for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 to 9) pupils who remain on their Home School roll. This placement at The Hub School would typically be for the duration of one academic term. These students may or may not have an Educational & Health Care Plan and are referred to the school by the pupil's home school.
At the Hub School we recognise that each student has their own strengths and talents and we aim to provide a personalised approach to learning wherever possible.
We understand that some young people find aspects of mainstream education challenging and that some barriers to learning cannot be addressed without specialised support.
We hope to provide the structure and support needed to allow each student to be successful and realise their full potential. The Hub School aims to provide an alternative approach to mainstream education which caters for individual needs.
Through a broad curriculum, highly-skilled staff and child-centred values, we provide a positive learning environment which promotes independence and achievement.
The Hub School will:
- support students through a variety of strategies in order to meet their individual needs which allows them to be successful, both now and in the future
- provide a platform for learning so that students can make academic progress which leads to success and achievement
- give young people exciting opportunities and memorable experiences through a varied enrichment program which supports social and emotional wellbeing.
The contact for referrals to all aspects is via the school administration office.
Tel: (01482) 304200
The headteacher is Paul Grimes.