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Curriculum

Buglawton Hall is an environment where success and achievement are celebrated both formally and informally. We have a points systems that rewards good behaviour, attendance and effrot as well as academic and vocational achievement. We offer a 24 hour curriculum for students from Sunday evenings through to Friday afternoons.

 

As an all boys residential school, our students complete a wide range of qualifications, both academic and vocational as well as being supported in extra curricula activities and the devlopment of life skills and independent living by a team of dedicated and caring residential child care professionals.

 

Our latest Ofsted report congratulated both staff and students for celebrating success and achievement, highlighting the school's unique learning atmosphere and our students' interaction with teaching, care and support staff. The inspection judgement of 'good' for student achievement particularly praised the school as being:

 

"very effective in helping students gain awards and qualifications. These have a considerable impact on raisingstudents' self-esteem...evidence towards catering and health and safety awards was celloected during the cooking and baking sessions led by the school cook during the inspection. These awards build to provide a convincing portfolio that show how well students are acquiring life skills and moving towards independence."

 

Evening Activities 

 

Organised activities are an integral part of out 24 hour curriculum. Each young person has the opportunity to be involved in any part of the Activities Programme. The programme is designed to be broad and balanced and offer a wide range of activities to enourage students to try new things, express their creativity or relax. It promotes both individual and group activities and encourages students to become involved in their wider community. Activities include:

 

Golf, football, basketball, swimming.

 

Music, crafts, gardening, pets, cooking.

 

Cycling, climbing, abseiling, canoeing, camping, fishing.

 

There are also visits to the theatre and cinema and more formal trips to places of historical interest.

 

We have a youth club, basketball court, library and bike maintenance workshop on site and make regular use of the nearby leisure centres.