Ofsted Outstanding for the 2nd year running!
We are proud to let you know that in February 2016 we received a grading of Outstanding in all areas for our residential care.
Ofsted confirmed what we already believe about the outstanding care we give to our boarding students.
At Hailey Hall we aim to prepare our young men to take their place in adult life, enabling them to think and act for themselves. Our goal is to ensure students leave with an acceptable set of personal qualities and values which will meet the wider social demands of adult life.
“Boarding has given him the opportunity of social interaction with his peers and to form friendships. It has given him a greater feeling of responsibility" (parent of BT)
“My son enjoys boarding, he looks forward to the activities and uses this as a goal. We value Stuart’s feedback and also the whole team. It is very informative so we can all work together”
“Our son feels happy and safe in the boarding environment. The atmosphere is happy and relaxed. Staff are dedicated and caring, really like a home from home for our son.”
“Brilliant staff, very caring and understanding of children and their individual needs. Excellent boarding facilities. It’s a home from home. Couldn’t fault Hailey Hall who do brilliant with the children and families. Will miss the school when he leaves.”
“A positive experience. It has helped to develop his social skills and mix more with his peers”.
Children and young people thrive in this residential provision and each makes exceptional progress across all areas of their development.
The creative introduction of new experiences for children and young people encourages aspiration and significantly improves self-confidence and esteem.
A stable staff team deliver imaginative care with enthusiasm and vigour, consistently going above and beyond to promote positive outcomes for children and young people.
Staff meticulously balance care and safety, and reliably implement robust and effective safeguarding procedures in a non-oppressive way.
Seamless links exist between home, school and the residential provision; this guarantees a cohesive and informed approach to dynamic care delivery.
Leaders strive to achieve continuous improvement; their rigorous monitoring ensures the provision evolves in line with children and young peoples’ changing needs.
A Teacher comments. ‘ I was talking to the boys on my way in, they just don’t want to leave! In fact they said they are going to refuse to leave.’
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