Headteacher Message

I am very happy to introduce our school to you on our school website. We are extremely proud of our school…

Ambitious About Autism

Coronavirus and lockdown have turned the lives of children and their families upside down. Routine, structure and predictability have been thrown out the window and every day brings uncertainty. This wonderful story highlights the impact of recent changes and uncertainty on autistic children – but the experiences will resonate with all families.

Mental Health Support

Please click on the attachments below for support for your mental health: Mental Health: 5 Ways to Wellbeing Mental Health Wellbeing List Mental Health Poster

Music Lessons

Please see HERE a letter from Junior Academy of Music (JAM), about Music lessons from autumn 2020.


Maplewell Hall School is delighted to share the latest OfSted Report published following our inspection on 10-11 March 2020.  Please view it HERE.


Please view HERE a letter from the Headteacher on Student Support and Wellbeing. Please click HERE for helpful Wellbeing advice.

Annual reviews

Every child at Maplewell has an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). It is a legal requirement for this EHCP to be reviewed every year. Your child’s annual review meeting is their most important meeting of the school year. Annual reviews help us to track your child’s progress towards adulthood; it helps us to know where you and your child …

Is your child ready to be left home alone?

As children grow up, it is normal for them to spend some time at home without adult supervision. But as a parent or carer, how do you decide when they are ready to be left alone? And how do you make sure they are safe? The NSPCC have produced a handy guide for parents and you can download it here.

Is your child ready to go out alone?

Working together, our aim is to prepare all students for adulthood. This means helping them to become as independent as possible. One step towards that independence is for students to be able to go out into the community without an adult. However, how do you as a parent or carer decide when they are ready for that? The NSPCC have …