What is Roselyn House School Like?
Roselyn House School was established in 2006 by the Directors who are also the Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher. Along with skilled professionals the school offers a nurturing environment for young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Education and Health Care Plans.
We have proven experience working with students who have ADHD, ADD, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia, Aspergers, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, FASD, attachment / trauma issues, self-harm, and other Mental Health Disorders/Diagnosis.
The School House is a 1920's built property with a range of original features, providing our students with a Safe and Calm Environment in which to develop. It is surrounded by gardens on all sides of the building; including an apple orchard, woodland and grassed play area.
Despite being situated two minutes from Junctions 28 and 29 of the M6, and Junction 2 of the M65, Roselyn House School is a quiet setting in which our students can feel relaxed and focused to learn. It provides the perfect backdrop to reflect on behaviour, talk through feelings and develop creatively.
We have up to seventy placements across Roselyn House School and The RHISE Service. Each class group is arranged in year groups with up to eight students in each. Each lesson is taught by a subject Teacher/Instructor and supported by a Learning Support Assistant. All our staff are skilled professionals with a variety of experience in education and social care settings. We offer a differentiated National Curriculum which focuses on providing opportunities for each individual student. We offer core subjects in the morning followed by optional subjects and therapeutic activities in the afternoon.
The RHISE Service is a bespoke education package created for our young people who are not quite ready/ suited to the larger school environment. Sessions on the RHISE Service take place on Outreach, Alternative Provision, in the home or at The RHISE Centre.
The RHISE Centre is located in Leyland and is a smaller satellite provision for individual/ paired learning and also home to our Sixth Form.
The school health team will continue to operate throughout the covid-19 pandemic.
Should you need to access the school health team then please telephone
0300 247 0040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The confidential chat health text service is available to students Mondays to
Friday between the hours of 9-5. The text number is 07507330510