Pupil Referral Unit
We provide alternative educational provision to reintegrate pupils into full time mainstream or special education at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, there is a need to ensure access to quality education, for opportunities for working in partnership with other agencies e.g. CAMHS, EPS, EWS and systems for maintaining links with the Connexions service.
"You don't have to 'fit in' to fit in at our school." CA, Year 11 student
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“Been at PHPRU since X’s illness in 2017 and being re-registered with them in 2019. They have supported her excellently and even though X’s condition and complex care/health needs which have made things a lot harder, Mary and Alice have done everything they could to help X enjoy school again which is something, due to her autism and selective mutism. X has never said much. During Covid they have carried on to support X with her online learning and Mary does a brill job with her.”
“X was referred to the PRU by CAMHS due to his mental health and not coping in his school. X has made progress with his mental health while being supported at PHPRU. He now has a positive attitude to school and his meltdowns have decreased. He has made progress in lots of areas, especially his ability to engage and take part in activities.”
“X always comes home happy and positive. Can’t thank us all enough! Wouldn’t change anything we do!”
“My only regret is not finding you sooner. I can’t help but wonder how much his school experience would have improved if he had accessed your support and resources sooner.”
“PSA lady very good, looks after wellbeing of both me and X”
“This school is the best thing that has happened to my son. Helped with his confidence and his mental health…….fantastic”
“Mr Booth is fantastic and as parents we feel he goes above and beyond to keep us informed and does as much to help as possible for both X and ourselves. It would be lovely to see the children doing more practical activities as this is what X enjoys the most.”