We are an alternative provision with special school designation, committed to providing a holistic education that prepares our students for success in all aspects of life.
At Venn Boulevard Centre, we believe that education extends beyond academic achievement and encompasses social, emotional, and physical wellbeing. Our ethos is rooted in promoting resilience, confidence and perseverance in our pupils. Our pupils have a range of Social, Emotional and Mental Health Health Needs and Special Needs and include pupils with Adverse Childhood Experiences, Young Parents and pupils with an EHCP .We strive to create a supportive and inclusive learning community that fosters creativity, critical thinking, and a lifelong love of learning.
Our approach to education is pupil-centred, and we place a strong emphasis on personalised learning. We recognise that every student has their own learning style and pace, and we work closely with each student to develop a learning programme that caters to their individual needs and goals.
Our highly qualified and experienced teachers are dedicated to providing an exceptional standard of education, and we are committed to continuous professional development to ensure that we stay at the forefront of educational best practices.
At Venn Boulevard Centre, we believe in the importance of strong partnerships between school, parents, and the wider community. We value open communication and collaboration to support our students’ success both inside and outside of the classroom.
Executive Headteacher Claire Goodaire
Head of School Sarah Sargieson
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Conference Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th November 2023 09:00 - 16:00
The students learnt the numbers 1 to 20 in French and used them to compete a task matching up the numbers in English to French 🏴 🇫🇷 they worked together well to complete the interactive activities
Today pupils were awarded certificates for horse riding. Amy grade 1 and 2. Amy said:"Wow! Thank-you, I love horse riding" Alexa grade 1 and 2. Alexa said "I am so proud of myself and I am going to work hard to earn a rosette" Emma grade 1 and 2. Emma said, "I feel really happy"
Bobby really pushed himself at Rock up this week. He tried walls that he was unsure of, managed to independently hook himself up to the safety harness and showed real determination and resilience. @WildInterventio