Inclusion School - Pre 16 Programme


Inclusion School is a mixed, independent specialist day school for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH) aged 11-16. They enable young people who experience high anxiety, school phobia, depression, suicide ideation and other complex needs such as ASC and PDA, to access an enriching curriculum with bespoke learning pathways and qualifications in a safe, calm and nurturing environment.

Every learner’s individuality is respected, celebrated, and supported to empower them to succeed and achieve based on their strengths and interests. At the heart of their curriculum is the promotion of positive mental health and emotional wellbeing. Learners are supported to develop strategies that work for them in order to build their self-esteem and confidence to enable them to overcome their barriers to learning and empower them to succeed.

For more information, please see their website or contact them directly.

About Inclusion Education

As the leading charity providing education services to young people across Hampshire, Inclusion specialises in offering mental health and well-being support to learners and students. Across two key sites (Inclusion School and Inclusion College) they provide an academic and skill enhancing curriculum tailored to meet young people’s individual needs.

With over 10 years experience supporting young people, Inclusion have developed a bespoke programme – following a trauma informed approach, which places the recovery curriculum ethos at the heart of what they do. This approach allows focus towards the individual needs of the learner to the course offered, allowing flexibility to adapt their approach to best support the immediate requirements of the young people they work with.

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Inclusion Education

01256 760 800




Inclusion School
Bridgwater House
Hampshire RG22 4AX

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