Westfield House School is a specialist school for day school students. The school aims to provide an exceptional standard of education for children with Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (SEBD).  Our Terrington St. Clement School is specifically tailored for mixed gender.

The majority of our students are considered to experience Communication and Interaction Difficulties, as well as Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties. Many are considered to be socially and/or emotionally vulnerable.

The school is founded upon principles of tolerance, understanding and respect.  The school aims to enable our students to develop a new sense of enjoyment and success in learning, which will provide them with the means to learn, grow and achieve!

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A safe environment

A safe environment

Targeted support

Targeted support

belief they can succeed

belief they can succeed

Tolerance, respect

Tolerance, respect

the westfield house approach

  • 01 learn

    We believe what we learn becomes part of who we are

  • 02 develop

    A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new

  • 03 behaviour

    People don’t change their behaviour unless it makes a difference for them to do so

  • 04 RE-engage

    If you engage people honestly, and are willing to do the hard work then people will respond to that


Information Communication and Technology

This term in ICT we are working on programming different devices. We started this week with Kenny the Bee Bot, the students learnt how to programme the Bee Bot to write the first letter of their first name on the floor, some students used sequence cards to help, where as some students were able to […]


At the beginning of the new school term in September, we decided to offer wood work as an afternoon optional activity, and four students chose this. It was decided to give them the opportunity to learn how to use, under supervision, various hand tools. These were used to measure, mark straight lines and various angles. […]

Remembrance at Westfield House School

On Friday the children and staff joined together for 2 minutes silence to remember those who lost their lives in the world war. The children decorated the community room with wall displays sharing information from this era. They made 100 poppies out of old plastic bottles and these were planted around the school grounds.   […]