Welcome to our school
Parent and Carer Survey 2023
Here is a spoiler for the amazing feedback we got from all our Parents and Carers for 2023. Thank you so much.
Thank you to all our Parents and Carers for completing the Parent and Carer Survey 2023. Here are the results for this year. An amazing 57% of you took part. You can download the document with your comments by clicking on the image below, or scroll down to the end of this webpage
A Message from the Headteacher
Hayfield is a local authority, specialist school that strives to bring the highest quality of teaching and learning to pupils with social communication needs/autism, (including some with mainstream ability), or to pupils with moderate learning difficulties, (often with additional needs). But most importantly, we ensure that every child is respected and treated as an individual. We try our very best to see the world as the child sees it, and work from their starting point.
We have had National Autistic Society Accreditation for well over 15 years, and our last OFSTED inspection rated us as Good with Outstanding Practice in our Early Years provision. Currently children need to have an Educational Health Care Plan to be considered by Wirral Authority for a place at Hayfield. We use a variety of approaches to ensure the children learn to the best of their ability, within a caring and close-knit community. We provide structure, and routine. We provide an eclectic mix of specialist approaches, including looking at children’s sensory and emotional needs. We provide an interesting and exciting curriculum, that we hope enables children to grow up with skills for life, as part of a local, national, and global community.
Our most valued feature is our warm and fun-loving ethos and the inclusion of our whole school community. We love to welcome current families and visitors to our school, and look forward to welcoming those of you visiting our site for the first time if you feel that this may be the school for you also.
“ It is every child’s right to be healthy, to be educated, to be treated fairly, to be heard, and to have a childhood protected from violence, abuse and exploitation.” UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Mr L Comber,
What do our parents say about our school ?
"This school respects the child's needs and supports them in a way that brings out the best in them...since starting at Hayfield, my son has totally changed, he loves school and he is so well behaved. The staff are not only supportive to my son but supportive to myself."
"This school has helped to bring calm to our whole household."
"My child has come a long way with the understanding from the teaching staff."
"I never thought I would see what I see in my daughter since she has been attending this school."
"My child loves coming to school because she feels safe."