Haybrook College Trust provides a range of educational programmes catering for students of secondary age who are not able to access education through mainstream schools. The only exception is in the case of the Wexham Park Hospital Schoolroom where students with medical conditions receiving treatment through Wexham Park Hospital may access the schoolroom between the ages of 5 and 16 and may be residents in other Local Authorities.
The College, based on five sites, offers seven separate programmes and is able to provide high-quality educational experiences for up to 200 full-time equivalent students. The day-to-day operation of each centre is the responsibility of Head of Centre working in conjunction with their team. More information about each specific centre offer can be found on that centre's link above.
Haybrook College Trust is able to offer;
- Up to 85 full-time education places for students at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
- Up to 60 places on a range of programmes for Key Stage 4 students who are permanently excluded or at risk of permanent exclusion from their mainstream schools.
- Up to 26 places on a range of short and longer-term provisions for Key Stage 3 students, who have self-excluded from their mainstream schools, may be vulnerable and or have additional social or mental health needs.
- Approximately 6 places for students with other medically vulnerable or chronic school refusers.
- Approximately 35 places for Post-16 students, 11 of which are for young people with EHCPs.
The College aims to ensure that all students have access to a high-quality and appropriate curriculum, achieve their potential and are not disadvantaged in comparison to their peers accessing education in mainstream settings.
We are able to offer a range of support including:
- Short-term rapid response for respite preventing permanent exclusion.
- 12-week KS3 self-management programme to support maintaining mainstream placements.
- Outreach support for young people or schools.
- High-quality long-term programmes for permanently excluded young people or those causing significant concern.
The School Day
Haybrook College provides 25 hours of education per week for statutory-age pupils. Individual, bespoke timetables apply in Post-16
Breakfast Clubs operate in some centres from 0830 – 0900 and the school day runs from 0900-1415 Monday - Thursday and 0900-1300 on Friday.