An environment to equip the most vulnerable with skills for successful lives
Outstanding reputation and national recognition
Holistic therapeutic approach includes family support
An outstanding specialist school catering for children with SEMH and associated conditions.
The school offers opportunities for our pupils to achieve qualifications across a wide range of academic and vocational subjects.
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Longdon Hall School
Standing in a superb therapeutic setting Longdon Hall’s outstanding reputation stems from its overwhelming success in re-engaging the most vulnerable and disillusioned learners across the Midlands.
With an innovative curriculum to reignite interest in each pupil, Longdon Hall embraces a raft of initiatives with personalised targets to ensure every child can make excellent progress which is appropriate to their specific needs.
The holistic, therapeutic approach extends beyond the classroom into the home environment, with supportive family therapy.
The school’s successful strategy wins acclaim from parents, carers, social workers and local authorities. Ofsted reported: “As a result of outstanding teaching and assessment, students rapidly become re-engaged in their education, make outstanding academic progress and develop personal, emotional and social skills outstandingly well.”
Longdon Hall’s reputation was recognised further when it won the prestigious TES Special Needs School of the Year in 2014.
"Richard presents as a happier young man since settling at Longdon; he speaks positively of school and education and Longdon has really had an overall positive impact upon him. He is clearly receiving a fantastic input from Longdon Hall which has created real change for him. I sincerely hope that this continues to enable him to continue to achieve and meet his full potential as he grows older." Social Worker
"Once again I can honestly say that being involved with the children at Longdon Hall is proving to be one of the most rewarding experiences I have as a tutor. I am really looking forward to working with you again..." Music Tutor
“Robert has made outstanding progress both academically and socially since starting at Longdon Hall School. It is really positive and heartening to see a young person make so much progress in a short space of time and I hope Robert is beginning to see that hard work and commitment really do pay off." Social Worker
"Elliott has read his report and knows how proud we are of him; he was smiling and feeling quite proud of himself too, which is a nice change! A big thank you to the team at Longdon Hall School."
"Phillip’s grades this year are very pleasing, he has taken a real interest in the work set and has enjoyed all subjects. This is testament to the engaging teaching methods and the calming, relaxing environment at Longdon Hall which allows Phillip to focus on his work." Social Worker
"Thank you all for all of your encouragement and support and endless patience with Sean. What would he do without you!" Parent
On the 16th of May, KS3 and KS4 students were visited by Anthony Powell from the Prison Me No Way project following an incredibly successful visit last year. Prison Me No-Way! Is…
Standing in a superb therapeutic setting in Lichfield, Longdon Hall’s outstanding reputation stems from its overwhelming success in re-engaging the most vulnerable and disillusioned learners across the Midlands. Longdon Hall supports boys…
It has been an another exciting term here at Longdon Hall, find out what we have all been up to by reading our newsletter! Autumn Term Newsletter 2017
On Friday 10th November, KS3 and KS4 students from Longdon Hall School heard a testimony from Holocaust survivor, Rudi Oppenheimer, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET)….
On Friday 22nd September, Longdon Hall School supported Jeans for Genes Day, a charity that supports children affected by a range of genetic disorders in the UK. Staff and students wore jeans…
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