Chaigeley School is a Non-maintained Special School, established in 1946, that caters for young people between the ages of 8 and 16 who have social, emotional and mental health difficulties. Approved by the Department of Education, Chaigeley School provides a daytime schooling provision. The school is part of Chaigeley Educational Foundation, which is a registered charity. The Chaigeley ethos is based around the Quaker principle of respect for the individual and valuing the contribution made by everyone. It gives students the opportunity to make choices in a non-threatening environment using positive reinforcement and the building of solid trusting relationships to encourage positive progress. All students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own actions in preparation for the next stage in their development.
The school, its staff and governors are committed to fulfilling the school’s Mission Statement which is “Providing, promoting and safeguarding excellent care and education, enabling everyone to realise their true potential”
Paul Lambert – School Principal email: email@example.com