The Levett School recognises that the journey that pupils and their families have had prior to being allocated a place at The Levett School has often been difficult. Pupils have experienced difficulties in settling into their school and many have had repeated exclusions, part time timetables and removal from class. A placement at The Levett School is seen as a fresh start, it is an opportunity to reflect upon the issues that have brought the young person to the school. Through a variety of approaches and a bespoke curriculum the school will then work with the young person and their family to provide an appropriate education package that meets the need of the child.
There are four Core values that we have as a focus;
These will be an integral part to the values that we teach our pupils to develop them into young citizens that know and understand who they are and to become the best possible version of themselves.
The development of self- awareness and that as an individual you need to be able to recognise your response to situations is a core part of the provision. We understand that pupils need to understand their emotions and develop skills and strategies in how to deal with these now and moving forward.
These core values will be taught and reinforced through a programme of learning, and our work with pupils, alongside our therapeutic and academic curriculum.
We will provide a safe and structured learning environment in which children and young people will
We will achieve this by
We will judge our achievements in delivering our ambition by measuring
Our vision will be supported by our values.
We embrace the British Values of
and we are committed to equality.
We will encourage
The ethos of the school will be one in which
Wed 23 Jun
We are happy to announce that The Levett School will be reopening on Thursday 24th June.
Mon 21 Jun
Continuing regular Covid-19 testing from Gavin Williamson, Secretary of State for Education.