We provide education and residential care to children and young people aged from 9 to 17.
We promote the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people, enabling them to achieve in education, enjoy social activities, have positive relationships and feel empowered.
Our vision is to create a safe and caring community where there is a passion for learning and mutual respect for all. Children and young people who have social and emotional problems (SEMH), autism (ASC), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and dyspraxia or other specific learning difficulties have the opportunity to develop to their full potential in preparation for their future life.
Students from Wings Notts have been taking part in fishing enrichment at a local lake......
Wings School Notts
Some super photos from horse care at Wings Notts this week...........
Halloween comes early to Wings School Notts.......
Wings School Notts, Kedleston Group News
M is relatively new to Wings Nottingham. He’s quite the charmer.
With a cheeky smile...
Jordan was extremely proactive in coming to Wings Nottingham – he knew he wanted to come...
S is Wings Nottingham’s newly elected Head Girl – she’s been at the school for...
“Thank you for helping me be the best I could be. Thank you for pushing me and keeping me safe. Thank you for listening to me. I’ve completely changed thanks to you guys. I am very grateful for everything everyone has done for me. I am going to miss this place. Thank you so much."
“I would like to say what an amazing time I had on the visit. I think both the staff and the young people are brilliant, they were so welcoming and I wish them all the best in the future! It’s certainly solidified my decision on wanting to do this as a career!"
Potential member of staff.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Wings Notts and it has been a pleasure working with the whole team."
Lead Commissioner, Essex Country Council.
"I am always pleased with the staff when I come and visit, the staff always update me thoroughly and they clearly care a lot about the students’ welfare."
Social Worker, Doncaster
Principal: Andy Cutts-McKay