The Pendlebury Centre is one of three Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) for secondary aged students in Stockport…

Cedars Provision is a small satellite provision based outside the main Pendlebury Centre provision…

The Jigsaw Team is a multi-agency mental health team which works as a part of the Stockport CAMHS…

The Pendlebury Centre is one of three Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) for secondary aged students in Stockport…

Cedars is a small satellite provision based outside the main Pendlebury Centre provision…

The Jigsaw Team is a multi-agency mental health team which works as a part of the Stockport CAMHS…

The Pendlebury Centre is one of three Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) for secondary aged students in Stockport…

Cedars is a small satellite provision based outside the main Pendlebury Centre provision…

The Jigsaw Team is a multi-agency mental health team which works as a part of the Stockport CAMHS…

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Pendlebury Centre Curriculum

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Jigsaw Screening Form

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Cedars Provision Curriculum

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Term Dates

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Staying Safe

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Message from the Head

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Pendlebury Centre Curriculum

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Jigsaw Screening Form

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Cedars Provision Curriculum

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`Term Dates

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The School Day

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Aims and Ethos

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Aims and Ethos

School Policies

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Staying Safe

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Inclusion and Diversity

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Latest News:

Ofsted Outstanding 2023: Headlines

The Pendlebury Centre transforms pupils’ lives.”

“Staff go to extraordinary lengths to ensure that pupils receive the care and support that they need to flourish and succeed in their education.”

Pupils achieve exceptionally well.”

Pupils are confident that their school is a place of safety.”

“All staff are highly trained to support the needs of the vulnerable pupils who attend the school.”

“A personalised curriculum, which is broad and ambitious.

The curriculum is carefully considered so that all pupils can maximise their learning”

Leaders and staff relentlessly focus on the needs, aspirations and interests of individual pupils”

You can view our “OUTSTANDING” report here; Ofsted Report – The Pendlebury Centre 2023

Annual General Meeting Notification

Adswood Young People’s Centre

SEN Youth Group – click the link below to find local events within our community

https://www.stockport.gov.uk/events/sen-youth-group

RESPECT Network updates;

Wednesday 11th October – network event –

National Coming Out Day Story Sharing and Networking at Stockport Central Library 6-9pm. Tickets are free but limited so book now! (PS you WILL be accepted even it says you’ll go on a waitlist – Eventbrite has started charging to create events for over 25 people!)

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/respect-network-national-coming-out-day-event-tickets-726947348087?aff=oddtdtcreator

Saturday 21st October –

Queer Clothes Swap at Upward Frog Yoga Studio, Stockport. We’ve been successful in securing some funding from the Spend Well Live Well fund to deliver 6 clothes swaps over the next 12 months. These are in collaboration with Pure Innovations, Trans Support Hub, Life Leisure, True Self Wealth and the council’s Money Maximising team to ensure a wrap-around service to not only be sustainable and environmentally friendly but to improve access to financial and mental wellbeing support for the LGBTQIA+ community. No need to book, just turn up with a bag full of clothes to donate and take away a bag of new clothes! Refreshments also provided.

Saturday 28th October –

Halloween Party with Forward, Stockport Pride and PLUS at Cafe SQ – 6-11pm – keep an eye on our socials for the poster and details. You will need to book as there is limited capacity.

Tuesday 31 October –

LGBT+ Yoga with Upward Frog CIC Tuesdays 4-5pm, funded by GM Integrated Care Partnership. 8-week course suitable for all levels including beginners – limited spaces so please do book – https://upwardfrogyoga.punchpass.com/series/29739

And of course Forward’s usual weekly activities –

PLUS monthly socials –

The RESPECT network is going to facilitate a planning meeting for Trans Day of Remembrance in November – we want to hear from our trans and non-binary siblings about how they wish the event to be run. Please choose dates you are available on the following poll – closes this Sunday – https://strawpoll.com/wby5AOb1KyA

Please read the following statement from the LGBT+ Sectors Leadership (which we have also added our name to).

https://www.consortium.lgbt/enough/?fbclid=IwAR1DPn2wJ53DXL7ol9bnvarAzAAsvIluMo3lkUDSgRTiWGSLslUxAE9oigI

It is because of these latest developments that I am imploring you all, as members of the RESPECT network, to take a more active role in the network’s activities and priorities where you can – mainly raising our profile and supporting the visibility of our community.

Climate Action Now Summit – The third annual CAN summit will take place on Friday 3rd November at Stockport’s Guildhall. We’d love for you to join us for another information-packed, interactive day to consider four key topics facing Stockport in our journey to tackle climate change. The CAN Summit is a day for all residents, young people, businesses and communities to come together to celebrate and grow climate action. Tickets are free and are available to book here: https://cansummit2023.eventbrite.co.uk

Wellbeing Awareness

“Just because no one else can heal or do the inner work for you, doesn’t mean you can, should or need to do it alone”

#wearehere #support #community #bettertogether #youareenough #youmatter

The Pendlebury Centre are always here to listen Support and help in anyway! If you require support out of school hours you can get support and help here;

Young Minds

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The Mix

Why Autism is a difference not a deficit

Feedback on our brand-new education video has been so positive – it’s a must-watch for everyone!

The video ‘Why Autism is a Difference Not a Deficit’ highlights strengths and differences that autistic people may experience in three areas of development and explains how there is no such thing as a ‘typical autistic person’.
“Well done to all the team at Autism Education Trust (AET) who have come up with such a simple yet educational video on autism. I can’t count how many times I have to explain my son’s condition in a probably less effective way. I simply Loved it ” – Mohammed

Click below to watch the video

https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/celebrating-autistic-strengths-and-differences

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National Mental Health Awareness Week; 15th May – 21st May

“Just because no one else can heal or do the inner work for you, doesn’t mean you can, should or need to do it alone”

#wearehere #support #community #bettertogether #youareenough #youmatter

The Pendlebury Centre are always here to listen Support and help in anyway! If you require support out of school hours you can get support and help here;

Young Minds

Kooth

The Mix

Why Autism is a difference not a deficit

Feedback on our brand-new education video has been so positive – it’s a must-watch for everyone!

The video ‘Why Autism is a Difference Not a Deficit’ highlights strengths and differences that autistic people may experience in three areas of development and explains how there is no such thing as a ‘typical autistic person’.
“Well done to all the team at Autism Education Trust (AET) who have come up with such a simple yet educational video on autism. I can’t count how many times I have to explain my son’s condition in a probably less effective way. I simply Loved it ” – Mohammed

Click below to watch the video

https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/celebrating-autistic-strengths-and-differences

Beacon Counselling

June 21, 2022|

Beacon Counselling People can transform and grow through counselling and our team has the training and expertise to respond to [...]

Parent-Wise

June 21, 2022|

As children get older and more independent, issues that affect them can be harder to spot and deal with. Learning [...]

Newsletter

June 16, 2022|

Please see below the link to open the PDF newsletter for this half term: Summer term 2

Pride Month

June 16, 2022|

Students have been busy celebrating Pride month at The Pendlebury Centre. Celebrations started with 2 thought provoking forums from Mr [...]

ASIST training

June 16, 2022|

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) for school and college staff. The Key objectives for you to learn To consider [...]

  • Stockport SEND week of Action
SEND Week of Action

May 9, 2022|

During the 16th – 22nd of May we will be raising awareness of SEND through our Week of Action! Throughout this [...]