We provide a special education for 126 pupils with Communication and Interaction difficulties at primary age (4-11 years). These difficulties include Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and some associated behaviour difficulties. We have a small residential facility for 8 children with complex needs
Our clear purpose is to make an enduring difference to our students’ lives, guiding and supporting them to find their own pathway to becoming happy, productive and successful members of society.
In order do this every stakeholder must work together for the benefit of the student.
Churchill Close, Flackwell Heath, High Wycombe, Bucks, , HP10 9LA
To ensure that Juniper Hill is a happy, caring school which promotes individual development, enabling all our children to achieve their full potential. To promote independent and inclusive learning; developing confident, responsible and ambitious children.
Our School Aims
To challenge and inspire our children to be confident and independent learners who use their initiative to achieve their own individual potential.
To raise the attainment and achieve maximum academic progress of all pupils.
To be recognised as delivering educational excellence and instilling a love of learning.
To develop confidence, skills and knowledge to successfully adapt to the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
To develop lively and enquiring minds along with fit and healthy bodies.
To communicate positively between individuals with a sense of duty and fairness in school and the community.
To develop our school values; showing kindness, understanding and respect to all.
Maplewood School has a child focussed approach that seeks to benefit all learners who are part of our community. We value each child equally and recognise their unique potential. With specialised teaching and a nurturing approach we aim to develop each child's particular abilities making it possible to achieve and make progress. We believe that our pupils have an important contribution to bring to the school, their family, friends and the wider community.
Maplewood School is committed to developing each pupil's ability to communicate. We understand that effective communication is paramount to a happy and fulfilled life. Good communication skills will enable our pupils to make choices and have a positive impact on those around them.
We aim to enrich our pupils' lives by providing a curriculum that is appropriate, challenging and stimulating. A curriculum that takes account of individual needs and learning styles.
Our pupils enjoy a caring school through building relationships through trust and understanding. Together we are partners in their personal development and care.
We want all our pupils to have a positive experience of their community in and around High Wycombe. In addition, we hope that we can help to foster an understanding and promote a positive attitude towards our pupils within our community.
Church Rd, High Wycombe, Penn, Buckinghamshire, HP10 8LZ
Children of secondary school age whose primary difficulty is Speech & Language Difficulties, Autism, Aspergers or Hearing Impairment and whose non-verbal ability falls within the average, or below average range. Children with additional difficulties, including motor difficulties or social interaction problems will also benefit from the provision. Post-16 provision with emphasis on work-related learning, independent living and links with colleges.
The school offers specialist provision to enable full access to a differentiated National Curriculum leading to accreditation at Entry Level and GCSE. Each class (maximum 10 pupils) has an allocated specilist teacher, speech and language therapist, and at least one learning support assistant.
Support services provided
On-site Occupational Therapists (sensory integration trained) and Physiotherapists support pupils individually and/or in class. Speech and Language staff are integrated into the classroom. There is also a full-time nurse and mental health nurse on-site. All staff are professionally qualified and experienced.
The Disraeli school offers an exciting, broad and balanced curriculum that promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of all our children.
The school is building its reputation on teaching methods that are successful. All children are given access to National Curriculum programmes of study at appropriate levels to help them progress and develop their abilities to the full.
The school gives high priority to the core National Curriculum subjects of English, Maths, Science, and Information Communication Technology. Children also learn History, Geography, Personal, Social and Health Education, Design and Technology, Art, RE, Music and Physical Education. French is taught throughout the school.
We are proud of our methods of assessing children's progress and use this information to help them further. Parents are given regular information on the development of their children.
There are opportunities in school to learn to play a wide range of instruments, sing in the choir, or join in drama, dance and art clubs. The children can also compete in football, netball, cricket, rugby and athletic tournaments.
The Misbourne, Misbourne Drive, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, , HP16 0BN
The School is a close-knit family community in which each student is known and valued as an individual. There is a purposeful working environment with high quality teaching which enables every student to reach his/her potential.
We prepare our students for tomorrow’s world, not only in terms of academic success but also through the social skills and leadership qualities which will enable them to play a full part in the changing global economy.
The Misbourne exemplifies the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and understanding of those with different faiths and beliefs. Our students develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain.
56 Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, , HP13 6PQ
Aspire provide 'outstanding' alternative educational provision and support for secondary age students. Students attend full or part-time and are referred to us by schools and the Local Authority.
Our focus is to support young people, together with their families and schools, to reach beyond their potential and enable them to flourish by developing positive behaviours, attitudes and aspirations.
At the very heart of Keys is a caring philosophy, a genuine commitment to making a real difference for young lives.
As an established and strong care-focused business recognised for its experience and excellent reputation in the sector, Keys strive to provide strategies, support and solutions to some of the most difficult challenges involving young people. Working closely with local authorities and professional bodies Keys aim is to ensure that each and every young person is placed in an environment that suits their individual needs.