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Information for Young People Parents & Carers 

Values & Ethos

Values & Ethos
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  • Provide access to appropriate education for all children and young people with medical needs in a supportive and structured environment.

  • Enable students to access as much education as their medical condition allows.

  • Offer appropriate interventions for vulnerable students with medical, social and mental health needs.

  • Maintain the momentum of students’ education

  • Provide up to 12.5 hours teaching per week where the student’s condition allows.

  • Focus on the individual student to ensure that they are able to regain their rightful place in society and the wider world.

  • Work in partnership with parents, carers, medical and educational professionals, outside agencies and stakeholders, to minimise interruption and disruption of the education of students.

  • Encourage students to raise their self-esteem, and to value themselves and others.

  • Encourage students to develop a sense of responsibility to reintegrate to school as soon as practically possible and track students on discharge to ensure successful outcomes.

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Who We Provide For

Who we provide for

 

We provide for a wide range of social, emotional and medical needs. Below are some examples of who we do provide for:

Careers Advice & Connexions

Careers Advice & Connexions
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To find out more about Connexions, and for further links to useful careers websites, why not visit our Connexions page.

Click here to open our Careers and Preparing 4 Adulthood pages to find out more about Careers education at Nightingale

Vocational Taster Days 

Vocational Taster Days

Disabled Access

Disabled Access

CAMHS

CAMHS

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