Tag Archive: learning

Targeted behavioural programmes are provided to help young people learn new behaviours and ways of managing themselves. These are reviewed regularly and adjusted so as to maintain the momentum of treatment. Access to dedicated clinical psychology time is invaluable in this task.

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Young people have an individual learning plan.

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We are a small school which young people attend while they are a patient. We develop a personalised learning plan with the young person in liaison with teachers at your home school. We cover a wide range of subjects at key stages 3 and 4 and can support young people with key stage 5 subjects if they are already enrolled at college. Pupils are able to sit exams here too.

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There is a strong arts programme and many students often try learning a new instrument or experiment with new arts or craft skills.

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There is both small group and individual teaching by teachers and learning support staff. Subjects covered include numeracy, literacy, ICT, horticulture (gardening) and many more.

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We aim to provide whatever is best for the learner.

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Both practical learning and non-directive learning is provided.

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The ward promotes social and emotional learning through creating a cooperative community and promoting constructive conflict resolution and civic values.

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The specialist team is experienced in treating a range of complex conditions and challenging behaviours including: Self-harm; eating disorders; learning difficulties; psychosis; schizophrenia; depression and anxiety; anger; and substance abuse.

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“…young people… more involved in their care and to choose the care that they felt was most helpful. If young people are given a sense of control over their care, they feel more in control of their lives, and therefore of their future. It follows that they may then invest more in their in-patient stay, and take an active part in learning how to help themselves.” (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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