Re-engaging reluctant learners with a practical, hands-on approach
Outstanding resources with pragmatic employment targets
Personalised curriculum to unlock individual potential
The school offers opportunities for our pupils to achieve qualifications across a wide range of academic and vocational subjects.
Outstanding support to help pupils reach their potential and achieve their goals.
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Crookhey Hall School
Standing in 17 acres of grounds and woodland, Crookhey Hall School offers an outstanding therapeutic environment for pupils to overcome extreme social and emotional problems to re-engage with learning.
Well resourced specialist facilities, including a large horticulture area, construction workshop and catering department, ensure pupils can focus their interest to look forward to a variety of attainable employment opportunities.
The school’s first class leadership team is dedicated to ensure success for each pupil, through a wide range of accredited courses and via an individual curriculum, to try to ensure every pupil can move on to work or college as well as a meaningful adult life.
“We came to Crookhey Hall and when I walked in, it was lovely and Scott liked it. The atmosphere was lovely, very welcoming and calming from day one. He’s never looked back. I don’t think I’ve had many incidents. It’s always been a calming environment. The teaching staff are fantastic. I call them a little family. It’s a lovely school." Parent
“Crookhey Hall means a hell of a lot to me for my son to be where he is. If it wasn’t for Crookhey Hall, god knows where he’d be.
Carl got expelled, he had a year off school before he came to Crookhey and since he’s been here he’s been absolutely fantastic. I can’t fault him. He’s completely different in his attitude. " Parent
“When we came to Crookhey Hall, Dale looked and he said, “Wow, it’s big!” We had a look inside and basically it was for Dale and if Dale was happy, I was happy. A few weeks later he started settling in and I could see the difference in Dale. He was happy, he was doing more, he was learning more and basically he was getting the help and support he needed." Parent
Staff and pupils took part in a ‘The Cube’ inspired activities day to raise money for Red Nose Day. Challenges included ‘Swap the Balls’, ‘Bounce the ball in the bin’, ‘Roll the…
The pupils went on a trip to the aquarium and two pupils, Kyle and Michael from Class 5 wrote about their experience: The best shark pool ever! Last Thursday Mr. Woodhouse took…
Yesterday we welcomed Shaun Gash to the school to give us an inspirational talk. After being paralysed in a car crash when he was just 20 years old, Shaun showed us that he…
Aaron, a Year 11 pupil, cooked his mum a full roast dinner from scratch using fresh ingredients and invited her into school to eat it. It was a case of going, going,…
Recently a group of pupils of mixed ages, who have a keen interest in different forms of cycling visited the National Cycling Centre in Manchester. The week before, the boys were treated…
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