Ethos and Values

We aim for our young people to lead a happy and holistically prosperous life by developing the skills for them to move successfully along their life journeys. This includes academic outcomes that reflects the best of their abilities, being able to sustain relationships and employment and maintaining healthy households.

The Skills Hub follows a reflective and restorative approach with students, as opposed to for or to them. This allows staff and students to work collaboratively in a solution focused thinking manner. The common thread throughout the school is based on three reflective questions:

Where are we?– our current attainment, the work we have completed, in our performance targets

What have we tried? – our achievements so far, things that are working

How do we move forward? – our next actions, targets and goals

 

Values

We value our PRIDE principles and strongly align these with our BRITISH VALUES (Rule of Law, Democracy, Mutual Respect and Individual Liberty):

Perseverance – we keep trying, no matter what

Respectful – we care about each other’s’ feelings

Integrity – we are honest and fair

Diversity – we recognise our individual differences

Equality – we all have the same rights and responsibilities

 

Our Aims are:

To work with our students to build confidence in their abilities to succeed at school and as adults.

To teach our students to keep themselves healthy and safe.

To help our students to learn to understand and manage their feelings.

To provide help for parents and carers to support and nurture their children.

To support schools across the borough where pupils are experiencing behavioural, emotional or social difficulties.

Thank you, and God bless you for all the work you have done with my son. It feels like I have my son back.

 

Latest News

Jack Petchy Awards

Skills Hub students & Mrs Adams receive their Jack Petchey Awards! Congratulations to all TSH students and member of staff, Mrs Adams, who were all worthy winners of a Jack Petchey achievement award. The awards were presented by the Mayor …

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Go Karting

A selection of students with high attendance were treated to a day out at Daytona Sandown Park for Go Karting. They really enjoyed the trip and top of the leader board for the day was DL in year 10, very …

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Jump Giants

We rewarded some of our students for their good behaviour with a trip to Jump Giants on Friday 15th March. Some of them had never been trampolining before so it was an experience to remember. Lots of fun and exercise …

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Careers Fair

We had 5 organisations come in to school to take part in our Careers Fair. Those taking part were: 1) Uxbridge Job centre – Schools officer 2) P3 Navigator 3) Uxbridge college 4) Skills Training 5) Volunteer Engagement Programme The …

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