The MMAP aims to be a school where pupils are at the heart of our ethos and culture, to improve well-being and to develop every child’s skills and abilities to their full potential.
Our core purpose:
We aim to support and develop pupils so they can re-engage and reintegrate back into mainstream education and be a valuable part of society.
Every child we work with has the right to:
· An education of the highest quality that helps to fill the gaps in their learning with access to appropriate qualifications
· Be integrated back into mainstream
· Receive support and guidance in post 16 destinations
· Feel safe and secure
· Receive appropriate care, support and guidance
· Feel valued and respected
· Be accepted, not judged and treated as an individual
· Know they will be listened to and given the opportunity to succeed, build good relationships with people who have high expectations (of themselves and others) and are committed to improvement.
· Improve their self-esteem and have the opportunity to make choices as well as be involved in planning for their future.
We encourage pupils to respect the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
Pupils in KS3 at MMAP are encouraged and supported to build bridges with their mainstream school after things have gone wrong, the expectation is for them to get back into mainstream education and learn how to deal with social and emotional situations effectively. Fundamentally, learning is placed at the heart of this process.
Pupils in KS4 at MMAP are encouraged and supported to achieve the same outcomes as their peers and ensure that future pathways post-16 are suitable to ensure success and the potential for lifelong learning.