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See for yourself the high-quality of facilities we offer at The Shepwell Centre.
We support students to accelerate their learning, get back on track, improve attendance, and improve personal wellbeing.
We support mainstream schools to improve outcomes.
What OFSTED said about us:
In this happy school, all students whether educated on site, or in the home, or in the hospital make good progress and achieve well.
Teaching is good. Teachers plan carefully to make sure that individual students’ work is at right level of difficulty. Teachers’ good subject knowledge and effectively used resources motivate students
Students’ behaviour is outstanding. Students are unfailingly courteous and thoughtful towards staff and each other. Feeling very safe and secure, they can confidently explain how to keep safe in different situations.
Managing your Worries and Anxieties - Follow the link below for further information.
Working with CAMHS - our focus in 2017
CAMHS will work with groups of pupils every Friday for 4 weeks as part of our PHSCE programme.
From September 2016 we will offer specialist outreach support to mainstream schools in Walsall to support pupils with anxiety, medical, and attendance issues. Using our expertise we will work with schools to deliver a bespoke package to support teachers, pupils and families to improve attendance and well-being. Further details to be announced after Easter. If you have any questions please contact the Lead Practitioner Kam Tiwana.
Shepwell School Outreach Service to support mainstream schools across Walsall and parents.
(on behalf of Walsall Children's Services)
For further details contact Kam Tiwana 01902 632719 (option 2)
Parent support groups - training for mainstream teachers and support staff - drop in sessions - mainstream school workshops - small group sessions in mainstream schools - attendance support - improve pupil well being in mainstream schools - SENDI support to mainstream and special schools.
We are very pleased to announce a partnership with Wolverhampton University Performing Arts Department. 2nd year Music Technology students will work with Key Stage 3 every Monday afternoon. Shepwell pupils will perform and produce music in a professional recording studio. This is a fantastic opportunity for our pupils and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.
We have joined forces with West Midlands Fire Service to deliver an OCN qualification to pupils aged 11-14 in Fire Awareness, Safety and First Aid.. Pupils will visit the Willenhall Fire Station each Friday afternoon to experience various aspects of fire awareness and Heart Start First Aid. We are extremely grateful to the West Midlands Fire Service for offering us this valuable project.
If you have a smartphone, both you and the school can save money when you download the 'School Gateway' app from your app store (Andriod and iPhone).
Once you've downloaded the app, our text will be delivered to you as an instant app message, saving us the cost of texting.
Any messages that you send to school using the app will be FREE of charge to you.
It's quick and easy to do. All you need to activate the app for the first time are your email address and mobile number that school holds on record for you. If you have trouble logging in please call us on 01902 632719 and ask for Jayne Hoey.