Vision & Aims

 Kings Mill School and Residence are committed to providing a range of high quality learning experiences, which enrich, challenge and stimulate the pupils and lead to the development of their independence today and in the future. Kings Mill School caters for children aged between 2-19 years with severe and profound special educational needs.

Our aims:

  • Work towards independence with the pupils
  • Promote inclusion and be an integral part of our community
  • Have high expectations and aspirations for our pupils and staff
  • Develop a sense of respect and responsibility
  • Work in partnerships with families, other schools, outside agencies and the community
  • To be a listening school and to ensure pupils feel secure, are encouraged to talk, and are listened to
  • To promote an ‘open door’ policy across the 24 hour setting, for parents, carers and children
  • To include in the curriculum, activities and opportunities which equip pupils to communicate their needs and skills to stay safe from harm
  • To establish effective working relationships with parents and colleagues from other agencies
  • To enable pupils to communicate and interact with others
  • Enable pupils to express preferences, communicate needs, make choices, make decisions and choose options other people act on and respect
  • Prepare pupils for adult life in which they have the greatest degree of autonomy
  • Increase pupils awareness and understanding of their environment and of the world
  • Encourage pupils to explore, to question and to challenge
  • Provide a wide range of learning experiences for each pupil in each key stage suitable for their age