Shenstone Lodge is a 'split-site', part residential school supporting and educating students who present with Social, Emotional and/or Mental Health needs. The school joined The Manor Hall Academy Trust in July 2020.
The school secured a ‘GOOD’ rating in it’s last educational Ofsted inspection in May 2017.
The residential provision is inspected by Ofsted annually and received ‘OUTSTANDING’ in Feb 2019.
The Shenstone Lodge site is based just outside of Shenstone village, near Lichfield in Staffordshire and currently supports students from Y1 toY7.
There is a residential provision on this site which accommodates up to 12 students overnight between Monday and Thursday during term time.
The Brades Lodge site is a day school situated in Tividale, Oldbury and supports students from Y7 to Y11.
The school is funded across the two sites for a total of 95 students.
Students at both Shenstone Lodge School sites have access to:
A curriculum with a strong focus on developing core academic skills, using a range of interventions to improve reading, writing and maths.
A supportive and knowledgeable staff group
A wide range of enrichment opportunities to develop self-management skills, build self-esteem and promote aspiration.
Additional Special Educational Need Support
As a special school all students benefit from small class sizes, high levels of support and well resourced subjects.
If your child is not making expected progress we will:
Meet with parents and carers to discuss next steps
Identify a suitable academic or behavioural intervention and measure the impact over a defined period of time
Liaise with appropriate professionals (eg. Educational Psychologist, Speech and Language Therapist etc) for further advice and implement suggested plans as appropriate against set time limits.