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Welcome to Middleton School
Middleton School opened in 1994. Over the past twenty five years it has grown and flourished to provide Outstanding education (Ofsted 2006, 2009, 2013, 2017), for primary aged pupils with learning difficulties in East Hertfordshire.
The children who attend Middleton School have an Education Health Care Plan and have agreement from the local authority that their needs may best be met within a specialist educational setting.
Middleton School benefits from an extensive team of caring, knowledgeable and nurturing staff, who challenge and support our pupils on a daily basis.
Middleton School offers pupils a creative, engaging and aspiring curriculum where the children and their individual needs remain at the heart of what we deliver.
Middleton School values it’s links with other schools and the wider community. It offers an extensive and well respected Outreach Service for mainstream schools and strives to place our own pupils at the heart of activities within the local community.
At Middleton school we value:
a SAFE and SECURE environment in which pupils feel confident to engage in new experiences and grow as a learner.
A VIBRANT and MEANINGFUL curriculum which enriches life opportunities and engages the pupil at their own individual level.
The PUPIL VOICE in an environment where all pupil contributions are listened to, valued and incorporated into small scale and large scale decisions.
INDEPENDENCE and RESILIENCE in preparation for future life experiences and optimum individual potential.
KINDNESS and FRIENDSHIP, fostered through the holistic ethos of the school and mutual respect for all.
WELL BEING for all stakeholders including pupils, staff, visitors and families.
HIGH ASPIRATION and PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT for all. Pupils are encouraged to extend their learning through enrichment opportunities, gaining confidence in their skill set to equip them for their adult life. Pupils are encouraged to not set boundaries upon what they may achieve, but to strive for their own personal goals in life.