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Maple Medical PRU – Values, Visions and Aims
At Maple we value everyone, staff, volunteers and pupils alike and our aim is to create an educational provision that is safe, caring and nurturing and enables pupils to learn and staff to grow. We respect equality, individuality and achievement at all levels of ability and age. It is also our vision to provide a happy and stimulating environment where pupils can achieve their full potential despite the difficulties and barriers they may face. We aim to remove as many barriers to learning as possible. We have high expectations of teaching and learning and reward achievement.
Maple is a split site ‘Pupil Referral Unit’ which serves the whole of the Doncaster area. All the pupils who attend the Centre have medical needs. There are 7 areas of Maple;
JASP (Joint Agency Support Provision). This is for pupils accessing CAMHS support
The Young Parents Centre. This is for school age mothers and mothers to be
The Young Parents Centre Nursery. This is for the babies of the young mums
LINK Education Centre. Caters for children who are too ill to attend mainstream but are not in hospital
Mulberry Centre. This is for KS2/3 pupils who have ASD but are higher functioning
The Hospital School. Caters for children who are in hospital. This is situated in the Women and Children’s hospital at Doncaster Royal Infirmary
Home Tuition. This is for pupils who are too ill for mainstream or Link and need to be educated at home. The Centre aims to help pupils prepare for return to mainstream school or for the requirements of the adult world
All our policies are regularly updated and placed on this website. Please feel free to contact the Head teacher regarding any suggestions you may have towards these policies.
Parents please give your views about us to Ofsted via the following link Parent View
Parents or pupils who have any concerns regarding online safety please use the following link to CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) CEOP
Click this link to get the latest Staff Handbook
Click this link to get details of our Curriculum
Please click on the link to see Management Committee Terms of Office
Please click on the link to see the Management Committee Attendance
Please click on the link to see Management Committee Membership
Please click on the link to see our annual SEN information report - SEN Information Report
Please click on the link for a parents guide to SEN - Parents guide SEN
Please click on the link for a parents guide to Mental Health and Behaviour - Parents Guide Mental Health and Behaviour
Please click on the link below to see our local offer - Local Offer
The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is funding provided to schools and academies to address inequalities in educational outcomes for disadvantaged children.
All students within Maple Medical PRU who have been identified as being disadvantaged enables Maple to request funding from the pupils mainstream school on a pro rata basis.
At Maple we have the autonomy to decide how to use the Pupil Premium at a local level to ensure best impact, whilst also having the accountability for what should be an improvement in attainment/achievement for students in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding.
Amount of money received: in 2016/17 £6419.58
Amount of money spent: in 2016/17 £5329
We anticipate approximately £8000 pupil premium for this academic year.
PSHE provision at Maple Medical PRU is designed to meet the individual needs of pupils and is based on the collaboration and support of local agencies and other schools as well as following the PSHE Association Programme of Study where appropriate. The Scheme of Work is intended as a guide and content may be amended/omitted to meet the individual needs of pupils within Maple.
Local Agencies play an important role in supporting the teaching of PSHE and supplement the topics and issues taught by staff. Staff work closely with CAHMS support workers who regularly visit Jasp pupils for one to one sessions. A School Nurse from the School Nursing service visits Maple once every half term for an afternoon drop in session and pupils are offered an opportunity to meet her individually for a one to one session. Formal referrals are also made by staff at Maple for any pupil who needs extra input. The School Nurse also supplements teaching in any area which affects health for example, smoking alcohol, cancer prevention.
Click on the link for our PHSE Scheme of Work document
Training days. The school will be closed to pupils on these days.
Wednesday 12th February 2020
Thursday 7th May 2020
Monday 20th July 2020
Prospectus for Parent Information
Click on the links below to access the prospectus for the whole of Maple and the latest Ofsted Report:
Click on the link for the most recent Parents' evaluation
Click on the link for the most recent Pupils' evaluation
Click on the link for the most recent Stakeholders' evaluation
Click on the link for the most recent Nursery evaluation
Health and Safety
Click on the link for the Health and Safety Section
Click on the link for our Analysis and Statistics Section
Click on the link for our Staff Achievements Section
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is a UK charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people in the UK with sight loss.
Click on the link to go to their website