Our innovative schools provide a specialist service that enables vulnerable young people to benefit from a holistic and therapeutic approach to education and care whilst gaining nationally recognised qualifications.
At ISP we try to help every young person to reach their academic potential through our therapeutic approach to learning. We understand that every child is unique. Our teachers, carers, social workers and therapists work together to provide individually designed educational and therapy programmes that truly turn young people’s lives around.
We specialise in supporting young people who find it particularly difficult to access a conventional school environment due to social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) and associated speech, language and communication needs, reach their full potential.
Our Sittingbourne site is a traditional Victorian church school building within an urban environment, whilst our Teynham farm occupies a purpose-built timber barn surrounded by open fields, with vegetable gardens, farm animals and an engineering workshop.
What makes us different?
- Small group experiences, with a 2:1 pupil to staff ratio
- Rural and urban settings
- Comprehensive child assessment
- Bespoke educational programmes
- Holistic approach to learning and care
- Private therapeutic areas for students and their therapists
- Diverse vocational subjects including motor vehicle studies and equine studies
Prospectus and Useful Documents
To download a copy of our prospectus please click here. As well as full details of our ISP school provision, our prospectus contains details of the following policies and procedures:
To view our ISP School Behaviour Support Policy, please click here.
To view our ISP School Special Educational Needs Policy 2015, please click here.
To view our Special Educational Needs Report 2015-2016, please click here.
To view our Planning, Assessment, Recording and Reporting Policy, please click here.
To view our Local Offer Review 2015, please click here.
To view our ISP School Pupil Premium Policy, click here.