At Troup House School, we believe that our young people should feel safe, happy, respected and included in our school community, as part of Aspris Children's Services we have in place robust policies and practice which ensure the safety and wellbeing of our young people.
Troup House School provides education through the Second, Third, Fourth and Senior phase curriculum level which is firmly based on the 7 principles of the Curriculum for Excellence:
- Challenge and enjoyment
- Personalisation and choice
Our school provides a broad and balanced curriculum that reflects national guidelines but also matches learning activities to meet the individual needs of our young people. We have an ethos of achievement across all aspect of learning and are committed to ensuring that all of our young people are equipped with the core skills of literacy, numeracy, health & well-being. The education and care teams have a shared understanding of pupil’s learning targets and use learning and teaching experiences, as well as outcomes to plan for a valid and reliable assessment of breadth, challenge and application of their knowledge, skills and attributes. Every opportunity for learning is capitalised upon across 24 hours in the life of our school in order to enhance the development of appropriate social behaviours and personal skills.
We offer choice for young people within a wide range of outdoor activities and utilise our own site, local facilities and residential experiences to provide an education outdoor curriculum programme with an emphasis on physical education.
Within the classroom, we offer a wide range of subjects including:
- Health and Wellbeing
- Expressive Arts
Troup House School also provides ASDAN including a wide range of subjects from craft design technology to modules on childcare.