Our whole school vision is to:
' Suppose, Imagine, Succeed'
The harbour is a specialised resource provision working specifically with children with communication and interaction difficulties. One of our main aims within the harbour is to integrate our children into mainstream life as much as possible at an appropriate level in a variety of different ways inside and out of the harbour provision itself. All children within the unit have an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) bringing a variety of personal targets in addition to those academic EYFS and KS1 targets. We aim to offer children working within the harbour a bespoke curriculum planned around them and their needs, ensuring that our curriculum content is accessible and inclusive for all our pupils. Progress is closely monitored in areas such as communication and interaction (including speech and language), social, emotional and mental health, cognition and learning and sensory and physical needs. Learning within the harbour is practical, hands on, experiential learning that is lead and guided by the children and their interests. The children are immersed into their learning whilst being given the opportunity to develop their emotional regulation and well-being and having access to a multi-sensory learning experiences to enhance the mainstream curriculum.
Our Harbour Vision…
To equip our children with the toolkit they need in order to fully participate in the wider life of the school through access to the whole curriculum. To work in partnership with parents/carers, mainstream staff and outside agencies to develop children’s self -regulation skills, increase their independence and prepare them for their future lives.