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“You clearly have a lot of experience in your field and this shows through your provision of education and care” Doncaster Children’s Commissioning Officer "When everyone else gave up the school steps up... It’s an amazing provision for boys who need help, love and support" (Parent) "Leaders provide equality of opportunity and diversity, all pupils thrive in this wonderful school" (Ofsted) "The School is a safe, caring and welcoming place" (Ofsted) "Personal development, behaviour and welfare are outstanding. The School prepares pupils well for the life they will lead after school" (Ofsted) "The whole school curriculum offer is broad, extensive and exceptionally well balanced" (Ofsted) "Amazing School with fantastic staff, my son is loved and cared for and has been given such brilliant opportunities to thrive and be himself" (Parent) "Parents and carers referred to the school as ‘amazing’ ‘astounding’ ‘revolutionary’ and a ‘miracle worker’" (Ofsted)

Social Progress 

From the day each young person arrives at the school he begins working towards moving up the scale of social progress.  Young people start on Induction Level and work through the levels by providing various pieces of evidence; these include witness statements from staff members, merits which show exceptional effort and work booklets that show how a young person views the school community and how they as individuals contribute to it.

After Bronze Level young people are expected to take more responsibility for themselves and appreciate how their behaviour and attitude impacts on others, this secures Silver Level.

By reaching Gold and Platinum Levels there is an expectation that young people set themselves a challenge to do something new; act as a mentor to another student, organise their own leisure time, act as a positive peer when staff are not present, accept the responsibility for improving the local environment and improving their own independent living skills.

CLICK HERE to view the Social Progress Level Poster

As well as the school's social progress ladder, young people are encouraged, with the support of their Key Workers, to agree and set small social targets.  These ensure that progress is made in a variety of areas and directly links to the curriculum.  A wealth of rewards, linked to individual need, are in place and these ensure that young people are continually recognised for their achievements.