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What do we stand for?




Potential – We believe everyone has the potential to be a success


Personalised Pathway – All of our pupils are treated as an individual. We appreciate the differences in all of us and this is reflected in both our curriculum and Social Skills Programme.


Providing Opportunities – We work hard in opening doors and enabling our pupils to gain an understanding of the wider world. Our curriculum is designed in such a way as it allows a freedom to access areas such as visits, speakers and work with the local community. Alongside an enrichment programme that allows pupils to experience such things as surfing, music and performance art.

Relationships – Relationships are key in all aspects of life. We work hard in our SEAL programme, PSHE lessons and Drop-Down Days to provide pupils with opportunities to understand what a healthy relationship looks like and how to maintain a relationship if it breaks down.


Recognising and building on achievements – We have a developed curriculum that provides pupils with the opportunity to obtain qualifications during their time with us. We will always support pupils in their educational and personal journeys and work alongside our Year 11 leavers to ensure they are happy and settled in their choices.


Reflection – This is a huge requirement of a lot of the work we do here at SPRS. Pupils and staff are expected to reflect on their behaviours every day. We support each other and provide guidance and care in looking at ourselves and how we need to adapt and change, which is often very difficult.


Unique – We recognise that every one of us is unique in our own ways and celebrate our differences. 


Understanding differences – We assist each other and support one another in our day to day life. During our variety of programmes and activities we help each other to recognise its ok to be different and help each other to understand that.


Understanding the wider world and social rules and consequences. – We are a community here at SPRS and as such there needs to be some guidance and some rules. We have a robust positive behaviour system that helps everyone to work together and this is in place to ensure everyone remains safe.