Welcome to Crookhey Hall School
Crookhey Hall School exists to provide young people with an educational experience that will not only extend their academic and vocational social skills and abilities, but will also promote personal growth and help to build self-esteem. In this way it is hoped that each individual will aspire to achieve their full potential, eventually leaving school with the determination to make a positive contribution to society in the years to come.
The school itself occupies an enviable 15-acre setting in countryside to the south of Cockerham, near Lancaster and has the capacity to educate 74 boys and girls (10-17 years) as day pupils within nine class groups. The pupils all have statements identifying social, emotional and mental health difficulties and are drawn from towns and cities in the surrounding region, including Blackpool, Fleetwood, Preston, Leyland, Wigan, Blackburn and Lancaster.
Well-resourced specialist facilities, including a large horticulture area, hair and beauty salon, construction workshop and catering department, ensure pupils can focus their interest to a variety of attainable employment opportunities.
The pupils at Crookhey Hall School frequently arrive as disaffected youngsters lacking self-esteem, self-control, direction, goals, role models, expectations and motivation. It is our aim to re-engage pupils in the life and routines of school, habituate attendance and develop socially adjusted young people who can successfully integrate into society and lead productive, purposeful lives.
At Crookhey Hall School we aim for all our pupils to:
- Achieve high academic standards
- Acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to the changing world in which they live
- Respect and value themselves, other people and the environment
- Work independently and collaboratively
- Take responsibility for their own actions and make informed choices
- Make positive contributions as citizens of the wider world
- Develop in mind, body and spirit
Admissions and Referrals
The policy of the school is that the same procedure is followed in respect of all pupils referred by local authorities for placement. The school caters for pupils with statements of SEN related to Emotional Social and Behavioural difficulties and will consider boys and girls from 10-17 subject to a successful interview process.
Full details of the admission policy can be obtained by contacting the school. To make a referral please call the school and ask to speak to the Head of School, Peter O’Connell or email firstname.lastname@example.org