Our vision is to meet the academic, social, emotional and mental health needs of children who are struggling or unable to thrive in mainstream schools, in an environment that ensures the safety and wellbeing of children and adults.
We want to support families so they are better able to help their children, and to ensure that both children and families feel included in school community.
We aim to be a place where children achieve the best they possibly can, by taking a holistic, developmental approach to understanding and addressing their needs.
We educate children in a provision as close to mainstream as possible and re-engage them with learning by providing a stimulating and exciting curriculum.
We aspire to be a centre of excellence, where staff grow and develop, and where people come to learn about supporting children with significant social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
We strive to work successfully in partnership with schools, the Local Authority, and with other agencies, both to support children at Robson House, and to enhance the capacity of mainstream schools to support children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties.