If you are looking for a fulfilling role that fits in with school holidays, but have not considered working in a SEN setting before, we invite you to come to our Recruitment Open Evening on Wednesday, 25 May, 6pm to 7.30pm.  Check out our News page for full details.

Mission, Ethos and Values

Our Mission

We are a school for children and young people with complex needs.  We specialise in giving everyone a pathway to achieve ambitious goals and live life to the full.

Our Ethos

Our ethos is shaped by our six core values: I am me, I matter, I am unique, I belong, I am safe and I am prepared. We aspire to these values through our individual and collective behaviour.

I am me : We provide a needs-led curriculum that focuses on the individual’s qualities, interests and developmental needs and enhances and supports confidence in academic subjects.

I matter : We are a pupil-centred school, listening to and valuing the views of pupils, students, staff and families and enable them to participate in decision making.

I am unique : We accept, celebrate and understand our unique identities and support individuals to flourish.

I belong : We are a team that respect and value each other and what we can achieve in partnership with families, communities and professionals.

I am safe : We protect pupils and students through a culture of trust in which everyone is supported to be responsible, make safe choices and take safe risks.

I am prepared : Everything we do is to inspire, empower and secure positive outcomes for all pupils and students so that they can take the next steps into the wider world equipped to achieve their potential and live life to the full.

Our staff, pupils and students and stakeholders will be engaged through a positive culture of commitment, respecting every child’s unique journey, in order to achieve our strategic aims set for 2026 and beyond.

Statement of Purpose To view our Statement of Purpose please see the below link

Statement of purpose

 

My Son has made incredible progress emotionally and applies himself much better academically. The mentoring aspect is key to his progress.

 

 

Latest News

RECRUITMENT OPEN EVENING WEDNESDAY 25 MAY 2022

  If you are looking for a fulfilling role that fits in with school holidays, and have not considered working in a SEN setting before, we invite you to come to our Recruitment Open Evening on Wednesday, 25 May, 6pm …

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We are the champions!

The St Dominic’s football team was back in action at Muntham House for an important qualification tournament for a chance to play at the prestigious St George’s Park, the FA home of English football. The boys were up for the …

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Work Experience Opportunity

Sixth former, Niall, spent the day at the Blue Cross Animal Hospital in Merton and we were thrilled with the amazing feedback we received from his day placement. Niall looked at some x-rays and helped prepare for some of the …

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Alumni – PC Ward

This week we were delighted to welcome back one of our ex pupils, who is now a PC in the Metropolitan Police Force, to talk about his career pathway since leaving St Dominic’s and how he copes in his job …

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