Secondary

Springboard Secondary has facilities to teach small groups of young people in Key Stages 3 and 4 and Post 16-18( in execptional circumstances). Our programmes are designed to benefit pupils with Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, including Attention Deficit Disorders and Asperger’s Syndrome. Alternative education packages are tailored to the needs of individual pupils and will be linked to the National Curriculum when appropriate. The individualised curriculum enables a smooth transition to mainstream or special schooling, further education or employment.

Springboard Secondary has a proven history of responding successfully to the needs of pupils, parents and Local Authorities, providing for current needs and planning positively for the future.

Springboard Secondary is confidently used and recognised as a valuable and trustworthy provision by a range of education and social service departments, including West Sussex and Brighton and Hove. We have close working relationships with the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service, MIND, The Autistic Society, Connexions, Time Out Fostering and Youth Offending Teams.

To find out more about what we do, why not give us a call? Ring 01903 605980 or use the Contact us enquiry form.

Our Ethos

An ethos and promotion of strategies to develop pupil awareness, sense of responsibility and respect for themselves and others. 

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Nurturing Positive Growth

 

A safe structured learning environment that encourages trust between staff and students. dividing graphic
A supportive therapeutic environment tailored to individual need. dividing graphic
A high level of adult support in small learning groups.
We provide daily opportunities for 1 to 1 tuition. dividing graphic Individualised targets for learning and behaviour are reviewed weekly against IEP recommendations linked to students’ Statements of Educational Needs.
The reward system is based on academic and behavioural targets. dividing graphic
Young people are engaged in the planning of their own academic and behavioural targets. dividing Graphic dividing Graphic Students have the chance to engage with the local community through sporting and social activities linked to the curriculum. dividing Graphic
We give opportunities to develop socially, physically and with increasing confidence. dividing Graphic
We pro-actively link with outside agencies to support individual need in a co-operative and positive way both at school and the home situation. We promote the opportunity to engage positively in the Every Child Matters Agenda.
 
EXAM Data for 2015-16
 
We have ten young people on role.
All senior students are offered the chance to sit examinations during the Summer Term.
 
 
 
RESULTS
Level 1 qualifications in Functional English, Maths and ICT 100% PASSES
Entry Level 3 qualifications in Functional English, Maths and ICT 100% PASSES
Entry Level 2 qualifications in Functional English, Maths 86% PASSES
Entry Level 1 qualifications in Functional English, ICT 72% PASSES
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