Welcome to Woolton High School – Liverpool
At Woolton High School, we have developed our VOW’s (Visions Of Woolton) which underpin and guide all elements of our practice as a school to ensure that all children will make and be recognised for the progress that they make academically, socially and emotionally so that they are well prepared for the next stage of their learning. Pupils will have access to a curriculum that is organised, personalised and meets their individual needs. They will be taught, by ‘Outstanding’ teaching staff, in a way that involves and motivates them and they will be supported to achieve by well-planned learning, assessment, feedback and educational support. Learners will be challenged to make progress consistently and fairly by using a range of strategies appropriate to their need. Every pupil will have an identified member of staff that they can talk to and be listened to so that we can ensure that they are safe, happy, healthy and learning. Woolton High School will ensure pupil progress by working with parents, carers, guardians, multi- agencies and governors.
Mr M. Christian (Head Teacher)
|Woolton High School is a specialist school, providing support and care for young people aged 11 to 16 with learning difficulties, including communication difficulties and/or behavioural support needs. The school offers extensive learning and work experience opportunities within the local community, with the aim of increasing independence and employability skills.
It is our aim to create a safe, secure learning environment where our young people have a sense of belonging within their school community. We wish to enable young people to develop the confidence and skills they need for the next stage of their lives.
With a dedicated team of staff, we aim to provide every young person with an individually tailored programme of education, care, leisure and life skills, enabling them to live as independently as possible and make their own life choices.
We offer ongoing support, learning and life skills development within a person-centred framework to maximise individual potential. Individual plans and programmes are adjusted as required to ensure that each individual is challenged to progress at speeds and levels that are appropriate for them. The desired outcome is for young people to gain increased levels of independence and live happy, meaningful and fulfilling lives.