Castle Hill High School

Castle Hill High School

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To offer an inclusive learning environment that encourages pupils to take active control of their learning and behaviour, to reach their potential and to develop into responsible adults.

"Our child has made progress way beyond our expectations at this brilliant school!"

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"This is an outstanding school."

"Outstanding teaching ensures students' exceptionally rapid progress and outstanding achievement. All students leave the school with nationally recognised qualifications and all who left in 2013 went on to further education , training or employment."

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Welcome to Castle Hill High School

Castle Hill High School is a day, co-educational special school for children with complex learning difficulties and related special needs. Pupils’ complex needs mainly consist of moderate learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions and behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. A small number of pupils also have physical disabilities. All pupils have a Statement of Special Needs and places at the school are allocated by the local authority

Please note that that from 1st September 2014 Castle Hill High School will be moving to a new location at The Fairway, Offerton, Stockport SK2 5DS.

At Castle Hill High School we base our philosophy around meeting the needs of all our pupils. We endeavour to offer a curriculum which is relevant and worthwhile, preparing our pupils for further education, employment or training on leaving school.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

The principles behind our philosophy are:

  • Teachers have a right to teach
  • Pupils have a right to learn.

We have a determination to give our pupils every opportunity to achieve relevant nationally accredited qualifications, which will empower them to make informed choices on leaving Castle Hill.

 

Mr J E Law B.Ed.
Headteacher

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