Helping Students

At Isebrook, our teaching and learning policy is intended to promote consistency and high standards and develop students' self confidence, independence and skills for employment and career development.

Our aims are:

  • To provide a creative and stimulating teaching and learning environment within which all students have an equal opportunity to develop to their full potential.

  • To create a caring, welcoming and safe environment where all students will be able to build self-esteem and develop self confidence and independence.

  • To work in partnership with parents and carers, supporting professionals and the local education community to meet students’ educational needs.

  • To deliver a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum including elements which will promote the spiritual, moral, cultural and social development of all students and prepare them for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

  • To continue to develop skills and expertise amongst the staff group to meet the specialist needs of students in the college.

  • To prepare students for further education, employment and leisure, independent living and to take a positive role in a multi-cultural society.

  • To develop the involvement of the Isebrook’s Governing Body and the local community in the life of the college.

  • To be an advocate for people with special educational needs within the wider community, developing awareness, understanding and acceptance.