Welcome to Rigby Hall School
Rigby Hall Special School is situated within the Aston Fields area of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.
Our aim is to provide a high quality education for those children and young people aged from 4 years to post 16, with a range of learning difficulties and/or autism.
Our purpose is to provide a safe, positive, stimulating and challenging learning environment where all our pupils’ needs are identified and met and where progress, achievements and success are recognised and celebrated.
In addition, we will develop pupil’s personal responsibility and encourage decision making and choice. To achieve this we listen to and respect our pupils’ voice and contributions, communicating with them through whatever means appropriate. Our children are supported to make good judgements; to protect themselves and to manage their emotions and communicate ideas and we ensure our young people are ready for life’s opportunities.
Relationships between staff and pupils are excellent and create a genuine, positive and supportive family atmosphere. We develop individualised pathways where pupils are best prepared for life beyond school, taking in to account their individual needs.
Teacher Training Day
Tue 01st September
Teacher Training Day
Wed 02nd September
Return to school
Thu 03rd September
First day back after summer holidays.
Roald Dahl Day
Mon 14th September
Each class will celebrate through lots of fun exciting activities throughout the day. To make this day extra special children are invited to dress up as a character or dress up related to the ‘transformation’ theme.
There are no events today
Letter to Parents - Coronavirus Update 20th March 2020
Coronavirus update 20.03.2020Letter from WCF 20.03.2020
Letter to Parents - Coronavirus Update 19th March 2020
Headteacher Coronavirus Update Letter 19/03/2020
Re-visit of Worcestershire issued with a written statement of action from 23 March to 25 March 2020
Re-visit of Worcestershire issued with a written statement of action from 23 March to 25 March 2020.Ofsted