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At Redbridge High School our aim is to provide outstanding educational provision that will also encompass the holistic needs of pupils, aged 11 – 19 with SLD, PMLD and any additional needs particularly ASD. We will deliver this through a flexible skilled workforce in an inclusive caring environment that has pupils at its centre.
Paul headteacher redbridge

"Pupils’ best interests are at the heart of everything that you do. You and your staff care deeply about the pupils you work with. Staff have a detailed understanding of each pupil’s needs. They work closely with parents and carers, going the extra mile to support pupils. The warm relationships between pupils and staff reflect this caring ethos. High-quality teaching enables pupils to make excellent progress. Clear communication ensures that pupils understand what they need to do. Well-established routines allow lessons to flow smoothly. Skilful use of resources gives all pupils the opportunity to take part in lessons. Support staff are very effectively deployed. This ensures that every pupil receives the help they need to develop their skills."

Ofsted March 2019.

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At Redbridge High School our values are:

Holding a holistic view of pupils’ needs including academic, health, social and emotional.
• Maintaining an inclusive environment that promotes equal opportunities and puts pupils at the centre.
• Treating all with dignity and respect.
• Working in partnership with parents and links with other agencies.
• Emphasizing the importance of relationships and rapport with pupils, and recognizing behaviour as communication.
• Empowering pupils, by providing skills for life and opportunities for pupil voice thereby developing confidence.
• Being an outstanding school offering a broad curriculum which encompasses creativity, and a multi sensory approach to learning.
• Celebrating pupils’ participation and achievements in a happy, caring and welcoming environment.
• Advocating for our pupils both in school and the wider community.
• Working as a flexible skilled, professional workforce who operates as a team and always providing good role models for our pupils.
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