Number of classrooms: Five (5). These spaces are either used for small groups or 1:1 teaching and learning spaces.
Student capacity on the site: Up to 12
Class size: Small group sizes of no more than five (5) students.
Co-Education: The site accommodates both boys and girls.
Mixed Ability: The site accommodates all ability ranges.
Peer Interactions: Peer interactions are encouraged throughout the school day, within group based lessons and at social times.
Each student has an individualised timetable which is agreed with them at the start of each academic year. They have access to the core subjects, all Humanities subjects, PE, ICT, Health and Social Care, PHSE, as well as vocational subject areas and enrichment, within their personalised curriculum at Post 16.
At Key stage 4, the students will access the core subjects (English, Maths, Science, ICT), alongside other subject options that are aligned to the government requirements. Students use a credits-based system to select their courses of study at Key Stage 5.
Academic progress is extremely important, however a strong focus of the work done is on building confidence so that students can access independent living skills, as well as opportunities to develop their social interactions skills to ensure that they are able to function as active citizens in modern Britain.
Qualification that students achieve: GCSE, Functional Skills, Entry Level, Asdan and AQA Awards Level 1 and Level 2, Trinity Arts Award
Access to Intervention Team : Speech and Language Therapist; Music Therapist; Life Skills Coach; Impartial Careers Adviser.
- Kitchen: All meals are cooked on site.
- Dining area: Students and staff share lunch times together so that we promote and demonstrate good social skills and manners.
- Medical Room: Dedicated room for medically examining and treating students and for the short-term care of sick and injured students, includes hand basin, WC and showering facilities.
- Back garden: A small grassed garden area to the rear of the building.
Hunton Road is covered by CCTV cameras. For more information on our use of surveillance, please navigate to our CCTV Code of Practice Policy in the Privacy section.
Car parking space is very limited outside school sites and visitors are asked to take care when parking to ensure the safety of everyone arriving and departing. When visiting Hunton Road you are allowed to park along the road, however, please be mindful of our immediate neighbours so that you are not blocking driveways.
Head of Site
- Law Degree LLB with Honours
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
- Leader of Post-16 Development
- Data Protection Officer
- Responsibility for ICT
Chris joined us at Spring Hill High School in 2013
Building confidence in learning and working together in a safe, but challenging environment, so that each student is prepared for transition into further learning, employment or training in the community.