EDUCATION

ALL THAT YOU CAN BE

AIMS OF THE SCHOOL

  • Raise standards so that every young male adult achieves to their highest level academically, personally and socially
  • Provide a safe, caring environment in which the young male adults are encouraged to develop and share the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary for the transition into a healthy and safe adult life
  • Create a culture in which the unique worth and achievement of individuals can be celebrated by themselves and others.
  • Our School Education Manager is Jenna Coyne & the proprietor is Kelly Bains.  Their door is away’s open & they are willing to assist. 

About our Education Facility

Ashlea House School strongly believes that every young male adult should have the opportunity to be ‘all that they can be’ – educationally, personally, emotionally, spiritually and culturally. 

The School encourages every student to achieve their potential by guiding and nurturing individual talents and ensuring access to a broad and balanced individualised curriculum within a caring and friendly environment. The school is housed in a purpose-built building within the grounds of the home.

LINKS

Ashlea House School has excellent links with Tameside Greenspace volunteer programme. Evidence suggests that volunteering can have a significant and observable impact on skill development (personal development and employability skills) as well as career readiness. We have made strong links with a local health & fitness gym and are able to offer boxing and circuit training as extra-curricular activities.

Ashlea House School has established links with local College’s ensuring a smooth transition into further education. An Individual careers programme is established for each young person who will participate in work experience and employability workshops.

AIMS OF THE SCHOOL

  • Raise standards so that every young male adult achieves to their highest level academically, personally and socially.
  • Provide a safe, caring environment in which the young male adults are encouraged to develop and share the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary for the transition into a healthy and safe adult life.
  • Create a culture in which the unique worth and achievement of individuals can be celebrated by themselves and others
  • Provide an enriched curriculum which is differentiated to meet the needs of all young people in an environment which is stimulating, challenging, supportive and motivated by high expectations.
  • Promote spiritual, moral and cultural development.
  • Create a caring inclusive environment where all are treated with dignity and respect regardless of race, religion, gender, culture, disability or sexuality.
  • Enable young male adults to develop a sense of self worth and self respect.
  • Ensure participation in decision making from all members of the school community.
  • Recognise and reward achievement and progress.

EDUCATION POLICIES