Welcome to Longdon Hall School

Longdon Hall School is committed to raising achievement and enabling pupils to recognise their potential and supporting them through a personalised, engaging curriculum. Our priority is to develop the foundation knowledge and skills required to make a manageable and smooth transition to the next life stage. We will offer a supportive environment where our young people accept responsibility for their actions, make positive decisions and display pro-social behaviour.


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Our vision is to offer a personalised learning experience whilst addressing a complex range of barriers to learning, including social, emotional and behavioural difficulties and associated conditions including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiance disorder and a range of autistic spectrum disorders. We will meet the needs of the most vulnerable young people and will equip them with the necessary skills for life through differentiated learning and intervention support.

Our vision is to help each young person to maximise their potential, to promote their self-esteem and well being and to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens with a fundamental understanding of British values including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

Our Vision is reflected in the Longdon Hall School motto – Supporting Pupils In Reaching Excellence (SPIRE)

We aim to achieve our vision through 3 key areas of delivery:

  • Personalised and engaging curriculum delivered in a therapeutic learning environment
  • Effective, planned support with families and carers
  • To focus on developing skills for life and to prepare pupils for their next life stage


  • To meet the specific individual, social, emotional and learning needs of each individual through the delivery of a flexible, creative and engaging curriculum
  • To deliver a service based on a person centred approach focussing on developing self esteem and wellbeing set within the context of a safe, therapeutic and nurturing learning environment
  • To encourage young people to explore how they think and how they behave through provision of a variety of therapeutic inputs including psychology, mental health specialists, speech and language therapist, occupational therapists, cognitive behaviour therapists, counsellors, art and play therapists
  • To promote and maintain the highest standards of behaviour and to achieve excellence in education and curriculum delivery
  • To support families and carers through close working partnership