Full Time

Our full-time program is underpinned by the National Curriculum.
Running from
9am - 3pm
We place great emphasis on developing the core skills necessary to become a competent, independent learner and a
successful adult.
All students access our classroom learning curriculum but differentiated for their age and learning needs.
Our subjects/topic areas are:

Maths

English

Science

ICT

Humanities

PSHE

PE

Music

Art & Design

Tech

What Makes Our Full Time Program Unique

All students engage in a daily literacy session, where they develop their reading and comprehension, with a particular focus on spelling, handwriting, punctuation and grammar. Younger children follow a phonics programme called, ‘Letters and Sounds’.


We are a dyslexia-friendly school and through our regular assessments, can identify students with a persistent difficulty in developing their literacy skills.

 

We will work together with students, their parents and other professionals to define the precise nature of their difficulties, provide them with the best possible support and help them to understand that they may learn differently from others. Also, students have a daily numeracy lesson.

 

Some aspects of the curriculum and learning are taught through cross-curricular themes and others through discrete lessons. We aim to ensure that learning is exciting and meaningful.


We know that students who have issues with learning can also have low self-esteem and problems with social relationships. Our holistic approach to school life helps our students to develop their social and emotional aspects of learning.


Some of our students have autism or are on the autistic spectrum.

We work closely with our Educational Psychologist to ensure they are supported to be successful learners.

Part Time

Highgate Hill House School runs two programmes for pupils who attend on a part-time basis.
Elective Home Education Group & Intervention Programme.​
Running from
9:30am - 3pm

Elective Home Education

Purpose

To provide a service for parents who have chosen to educate their children at home, where they can have lessons from experienced SEN teachers, access to the school facilities and a peer group to socialise with.

 

Age Range

5-16 years

 

Special Need

Social, Emotional and Mental Health, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Anxiety, Depression. Pupils do not need an EHCP or Statement of Educational Need

 

How Often 

2 days a week

Cost

Our fees start at £195 per day, but can vary greatly according to the individual needs of the child.

Please contact us on 01288 341998 to find out more about our part-time program.

Intervention Programme

Purpose

To provide mainstream schools and Area Resource Bases with a more specialist and therapeutic intervention programme, so that they can create a personalised timetable to better meet the needs of pupils struggling in their school full time.

 

Age Range

5-16 years

 

Special Need

Social, Emotional and Mental Health, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Anxiety, Depression. Pupils do not need an EHCP or Statement of Educational Need

 

How Often 

Schools may request as many days a week as is appropriate for the pupil.

Please contact us on 01288 341998 to find out more about our intervention program.

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Address

01288 341998

07951 463554 (term time only)

07765 182948 (evenings, weekends and holidays)

Head Teacher: Vicky Percival

headteacher@hhhschool.co.uk

Whitstone

Holsworthy

Devon

EX22 6TJ