Embleton View provide full and part-time education to students with SEMH, ASD and others with SEN. We work in partnership with the local authority, and schools and contribute to achieving the following objectives for these students:
Our person-centred approach focuses on enabling children/young people to learn in the setting that best suits them and supports them in ways that achieve the following outcomes:
Supporting students in overcoming barriers to learning and life. We believe our school will nurture all individuals in their journey to achieve their full and unique potential. We are committed to developing a safe and stimulating learning environment that will enable our students to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners. We welcome students from all backgrounds and value their different experiences, interests and strengths, which will influence the way they learn and develop as people.
Embleton View is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. It is our aim that all students fulfil their potential
Embleton View educate students who have SEMH/ASD or other forms SEN. Their additional needs create barriers when accessing school. Because of this, their needs have not been met in other educational settings despite making reasonable adjustments and interventions. The students’ needs can be expressed in terms of gaps:
Typical needs and features of students may include:
Embleton View staff are trained in “Holding the Space” therapeutic support and interventions. Embleton View also work in partnership with a number of therapeutic professionals in order to deliver a high-quality provision. We pride ourselves in supporting students to overcome external issues and obstacles that prevent them from learning and meeting their potential. Embleton View provide the following additional services:
Learning environment and travel
Embleton View deliver education in a suitable, high quality physical environment that is conducive to learning and creates a positive ambience where students feel comfortable, secure and valued and where their self-esteem and self-confidence can be built.
We provide transport for our students but encourage independent travel when appropriate.
Embleton View make all efforts to ensure consistency of staff within the service to support continuity for students and integrated working with partners.
All staff have safeguarding training and enhanced DBS checks appropriate to their role.
All staff have diverse qualifications, suitable training, skills, attributes, knowledge and experience to meet the needs of the students.
Phone: 01325 288722
17 Fox Dene View
Tyne & Wear