Saltersgill Avenue, Middlesbrough, Cleveland TS4 3JS

01642 855010

Prince Bishop School

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Futura Nostra Est
(The Future is Ours)

Prince Bishop is a school that caters for up to 110 pupils, all of whom have a statement of Special Educational Need in respect of SEMHD, (Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Difficulties).

Our aim is to ensure that all pupils thrive and achieve their very best in all aspects of school life regardless of any barriers to learning they may bring with them.

We believe that praise, encouragement and rewards are important in creating a good learning environment and for fostering good working relationships.

A friendly, positive attitude is essential for promoting equal opportunities in order to meet the individual needs of the young people at Prince Bishop.

We are totally committed to providing your child with an educational experience that will prove to be a firm foundation for life.

The staff warmly welcome all – new pupils, parents, carers, staff and visitors to Prince Bishop.

We believe that education is about acquiring good personal and thinking skills, developing communication and ICT skills; it is about becoming creative and reflective, in order to communicate ideas and thoughts that can be shared with others. 

We believe that education is also about developing self confidence, maturing socially and emotionally and becoming independent, in order to  make sound lifestyle choices that can develop them as individuals.

Elaine Tasker, Head Teacher



Vision and Ethos

At Prince Bishop School we aim to provide a safe, happy, caring and well ordered environment within which every child can thrive. We recognise the importance of working closely with a range of parties that include other local schools and colleges, the Local Authority, Health, Police and the local community. Students at Prince Bishop will be valued both as individuals and as part of the wider school community.


Students from Prince Bishop School visit the battlefields in France and Belgium.

Prince Bishop student lays wreath at Last Post Ceremony in Ypres, Belgium

Stephen Toogood, 16, who attends Prince Bishop School, was one of four students chosen to lay a wreath at the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres on Tuesday, 1st March, as part of the government funded First World War National Centenary Education Programme. (Click here for full story)









NOTE: Copies of all documents on the website are available free of charge upon request to the Business Manager, Prince Bishop School, Saltersgill Avenue, Middlesbrough. TS4 3JS 

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