Grosvenor House is an inclusion service that provides education for pupils in Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8, and 9 only) who have been referred by their school for a time out placement or for a managed re-integration to another mainstream school.


Mission Statement

At some time in their educational lives all pupils that attend Grosvenor House will have had a negative experience of the education system. We therefore strive to make every pupils time at Grosvenor House as pleasurable and rewarding as possible in an attempt to re-engage pupils into the education system our aim is therefore to:


We do this by: –

Providing a broad and balance curriculum that reinforces essential skills and provides new opportunities and challenges.

Liasing regularly with pupils, parents and cares about progress and concern.

Emphasising social development to enable pupils to cope with everyday experiences and their next educational placement.

Working closely with all agencies that may be involves in the life of a pupil.

Rewarding progress, achievement and success. 


Although we are a small unit, each child will follow a set timetable covering all areas of the curriculum.

Literacy, Numeracy, ICT

Personal Social Health Education

Languages, history, geography, science and R.E

CDT, art, cookery

As well as sport & leisure activities.

The use of specialist facilities is made through the use of off site activities for outdoor education, science, sport, educational visits.