Harland House is an Enhanced Resource Provision jointly initiated between Bridlington School and the Local Authority to cater for KS3 students with Educational Health Care Plans. It caters for small groups of KS3 students who experience social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
Harland House is split between a house in the grounds of Bridlington School and a corridor above the admin offices. Each area is self-contained, creating a homely feel with a kitchen, comfortable seating, IT facilities, toilets and gardens as well as two classrooms and a small breakout room. Students are able to access main school for PE, dinner and at times mainstream lessons. The aim is to further develop students’ social and academic skills by encouraging independence and integration within a mainstream school environment. Hopefully, this will give our students the confidence to move into further education.
Harland House students enjoy bespoke learning pathways tailored to their individual needs and recognise the need for peer group and adult interactions.
Harland House is the base for these individual pathways but they also reach further into the student’s overall development, through purposeful curriculum enhancement trips and visits, and at other suitable venues away from Harland House.