Our College provides high quality education for young people who are unable to attend mainstream schools because of their complex behaviour, anxieties or medical needs. We offer eight unique programmes across our five sites, each with its own curriculum, identity and specialism. We are able to support our students to become successful and independent young people by offering flexible, personalised education, taught in small groups by highly skilled staff.
The College has an overarching Governing Body chaired by Julian King-Harris and an Executive Headteacher – Helen Huntley, with responsibility for leading the overall strategic direction of the College and ensuring that a consistently high standard of education takes place for all students.
The day to day running of each school or programme is managed by a Head of Centre who ensures that each student receives excellent care, guidance and support to achieve their best.
The College structure is designed so that the staff and students in each school or programme also belong to a wider community where good practice is shared and opportunities for personal development are broadened.
Haybrook College became part of the Specialist Education Trust Academy on 1st October 2013.
Haybrook College has an SEBD School and Pupil Referral Unit for KS3 and KS4 and educates young people with challengin...
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112 Burnham LaneSloughBerkshireSL1 6LZ
Phase: Special Education (inc. PRU)
No. of Pupils: 130
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