Welcome to Hall Cliffe Primary School
- ADHD, ASD, SEMH, SLCN
- 5-13yrs olds
- Boys & Girls
- Good Provider
About Hall Cliffe Primary School
Hall Cliffe Primary School is a co-educational, independent, specialist day school providing high quality education for boys and girls. Based in Wakefield, the school meets the needs of a diverse group of pupils with special educational needs including speech, language and communication difficulties, autism, ADHD, Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties.
A big warm welcome to our school website
Our family orientated school provides a safe space for pupils to develop a range of skills that create a strong foundation for adulthood. We foster and nurture resilience and teach the skills children need to manage their own emotions and self-regulate their behaviour. Our highly trained specialist staff offer high levels of support and encourage pupils to become independent, productive members of society.
We pride ourselves on being a friendly and inclusive school that values and celebrates the differences of all of our children and their families. We strive to engage our pupils in learning in a fun and interactive way to ensure they all achieve the best possible outcomes. Our exciting curriculum is individualised to meet the needs and learning styles of each pupil. In addition to the provision of the full national curriculum, which includes intervention programmes where appropriate, we also offer our ‘Curriculum Around the Pupil’. This daily session provides pupils with opportunities to develop skills and talents in areas such as cooking, computing, arts and crafts, gardening and sport.
We would be delighted to welcome you to the school to see for yourself our very special and inspirational environment and for you to meet our equally inspiring pupils.
We want to reassure parents and carers that as a school we are closely following government guidance concerning the current Coronavirus situation. We are also regularly monitoring any updates concerning the guidance. You can view the current government guidance by clicking the button below:
Continue your journey with us
There are opportunities for our pupils to continue their journey with us and transition to Hall Cliffe School, which provides education from Key Stage 3. A positive and welcoming learning environment, pupils can access a broad curriculum enabling them to pursue academic, vocational or a blended pathway of the two.
Aims and Ethos
We are committed to providing our pupils with a happy, nurturing and motivating atmosphere, so they can enjoy their learning and work to reach their potential.
We are dedicated to providing
- The highest quality outcomes socially, emotionally and academically through a wide range of personalised opportunities.
- Positive, safe and nurturing environments where pupils are valued as individuals and can develop their confidence, self-esteem, independence, self-discipline and respect.
- Developing positive relationships between school, home and the wider community.
Our School at a Glance
Small school (maximum 32 pupils) and small class groups (average size six) with pupils grouped according to ability, where appropriate.
In-school therapy team which liaises with external agencies to provide highly effective and individual therapeutic interventions.
Our ‘Curriculum Around the Pupil’ provides pupils with opportunities to develop skills and talents in areas such as cooking, computing, arts and crafts, gardening and sport.
Pastoral staff provide key worker sessions that allow pupils the opportunities to reflect and plan their own next steps of development.
Awards and Accreditations
We are proud to be part of Witherslack Group
We are proud to be part of Witherslack Group, the leading provider of inspirational education and care to children and young people, resulting in life changing experiences and countless stories of success.
Witherslack Group provide specialist education and care for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties (autistic spectrum conditions; Asperger’s Syndrome; speech, language and communication needs), ADHD and complex learning needs.