Aspire Hub and Inclusion Centre

“At MHS we recognise that the welfare and emotional wellbeing of students is an integral part of their academic progress. With this in mind we offer a wealth of support to ensure that students are empowered to achieve their full potential.”

  The Aspire Hub has the academic progress and wellbeing of all our learners at its core. The main aim of the Hub is to provide a space where learners can reflect on strategies to aid their reintegration back into the classroom. We believe that the best place for the pupils at MHS is in the classroom, but we are aware that some learners may experience barriers to this. The Aspire Hub allows learners to work with our Hub Manager, who is ELSA trained, to determine strategies and self-regulation techniques to support learners back into the classroom and to help them to be able to stay in a teacher led environment.

The Aspire Hub can also provide a safe space in situations where there is an immediate need for extra support. It’s quiet and calm environment allows learners to work in a dedicated unit where they will still have access to their curriculum-based learning.

For learners who would benefit from support with homework, whether they need guidance with their work or simply a quiet space to complete it in, the Aspire Hub provides a Homework Club every Monday and Wednesday 15:05 – 16:00.

The Aspire Hub is also the ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) base where support for learners who have been identified as needing a more targeted intervention takes place.

If you think your child would benefit from any Aspire Hub support, please contact your Head of House.

For learners who would benefit from support with homework, whether they need guidance with their work or simply a quiet space to complete it in, the Aspire Hub provides a Homework Club every Monday and Wednesday 15:05 – 16:00.


Some quote from learners who access The Hub...

  • “The Hub is a safe and quiet place for me.”
  • “I like spending time in the hub with my friends at break and lunchtime.”
  • “I come to the hub to find peace and to read my book.”
  • “Being part of the hub has helped me to go back in to lessons that I haven’t been in for long time.”


Come and meet the team:

  • Mrs N Kidd – Co-ordinator

Meet the aspire hub co-ordinator here


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