Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones
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Welcome to Stepping Stones

We believe in providing students with a caring, fun environment where they can truly benefit from a bespoke curriculum, technologically innovative teaching and the chance to  develop into confident, independent young men and women.

We understand the difficulties and care about the challenges that a young person with disabilities faces. We want their time at Stepping Stones to be one where they grow both academically and socially.

The school makes provision for children who have acquired processing delays due to: acute or chronic medical conditions, hemiplegia or mild cerbral palsy; those whose mental and/or emotional health is at risk due to direct or indirect trauma; and those whose mild autism creates learning needs.

We are a small school which is entering an exciting new development phase with the opening of our new site at Undershaw, the home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in September 2016.  This has provided room to expand and provide state-of-the-art facilities and grounds.  Together our two sites provide education from Key Stage 2 to Post 16 with both functional skills and exam curriculum pathways.

Melissa Farnham, Executive Headteacher

 "The school aims to change lives for the better and strives to ensure that every child can realise their potential and make    their unique contribution to society".

Effectiveness of leadership and management         Good
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment          Good
Personal development, behaviour and welfare       Outstanding
Outcomes for pupils                                                      Good

OFSTED June 2016 

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