The Lord Mayor of Bradford was amongst a number of guests at a Bradford specialist school last week as staff were accredited with a prestigious award…again.
High Park School, in Heaton, achieved the Gold Standard award for Team Teach on Wednesday 3rd June for the second time.
The award recognises the high quality of the behaviour support provided by the staff team and is another indicator of the staff’s commitment to teaching
Headteacher Ann Andrew, commended the efforts of all the staff who had helped to create an environment where children can ‘thrive’.
“The dedicated staff team at High Park work extremely hard to ensure the children make progress and thrive in an environment where they feel safe, secure and happy,” she said.
“They learn essential life skills such as emotional regulation and resilience and communicate their happiness at school through their positive interactions and behaviour.
“The school is very proud of this achievement and to be able to celebrate the occasion with the Lord Mayor, Joanne Dodds; Director of Team Teach, George Matthews; Head of Behaviour Support Service, Jennie Sadowskyj; and of course all the Governors.”
High Park is a specialist school for children and young people with communication and interaction difficulties, severe learning difficulties, autism and associated sensory processing difficulties.