THE SCHOOL OFFER

POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR ALL OUR CHILDREN

Our School Offer

The School Offer

It is fundamental to the Stable School’s philosophy that we provide a rich and diverse learning environment in which every child can have their social, emotional, and mental health needs met. Our curriculum mirrors the national curriculum at all key stages. Curriculum enrichment is paramount at The Stable school, offering all children a range of bespoke opportunities to enhance and reclaim a positive experience of school life for them.

therapeutic support

Therapeutic Support

At The Stable School we have adopted a trauma informed and holistic approach to our pupil’s development. This means that therapeutic needs are addressed in every area of school life and a therapeutic approach is integrated into our classroom experience. Our specialists (including Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Trauma Informed School Diploma Practitioners, and ELSA trained staff) work with individuals, groups and whole classes alongside school staff to upskill all practitioners. This approach ensures sensory integration, communication support and trauma informed practise happens in every classroom throughout the school day.

The Stable School Therapy Offer

academic learning

Academic & Vocational Learning

The Barn Campus Years 1- 9

Every child follows a programme of learning to include core and foundation subjects and PSHE, in an age appropriate group and at a level that meets their academic and social needs. Academic learning is taught in small groups, using a carousel approach to foster greater engagement and to aid in embedding skills and knowledge. The wider curriculum offers a range of activities to support the personal development of every child, to include surfing, horse-riding, bushcraft, forest school, radio station, animal care, biking and cookery school.

The Gatehouse Campus Years 9-11

Students follow an appropriately levelled academic pathway for Maths and English, to include either Entry Level, Functional Skills and /or GCSE. Each student selects accredited options that they are interested in, from a range of GCSEs (English Literature, Statistics, Business Studies, Psychology, Media Studies) and AIM voc qualifications (Health, Lifestyle and Science, Hair and Beauty, Construction, Digital Tech, Catering). We have a robust careers offer that prepares students for transition to their next destination. Students are grouped according to age for PSHE and access P.E and a range of other physical activities weekly.

School Calendar

3April

Easter Holiday 3rd – 14th April 2023

17April

Inset Day 17th April 2023

18April

Summer Term 18th April – 14th July

1May

May Day Bank Holiday 1st May

8May

The King’s Coronation 8th May

29May

Half Term 29th May – 2nd June

17July

Summer Holiday Starts 17th July