About Us

Best Futures is a Nurture school nestled in the peaceful village of Aylesby, Lincolnshire and has been successful in nurturing many children back into mainstream education.


Children have the opportunity to be effective and successful learners, make and sustain friendships, deal with and resolve conflict effectively and enhance communication skills. This makes a significant impact on the lives of the young people in our provision and also their families and the wider community.


We provide bespoke personalised plans which combines academic learning with social skills and development of greater self-awareness with reflective strategies.


By promoting positive learning, we engage children in health and leisure activities guided by a dedicated team that provide intensive, specialist support and equip the children with skills and motivation for life.

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Our Aims

The school's aim is, "to offer positive learning experiences within a safe and caring environment that will enable pupils to develop their full potential for social, emotional, intellectual and physical growth".

To reach our aim we work to achieve the following:-

  • To provide a safe, caring and stimulating environment for learning and utilising our rural setting through our unique enrichment programme.

  • To recognise that all behaviour is a form of communication and to develop pupil’s language skills as a vital tool of effective communication.

  • To provide opportunities of inspiration and engagement within a broad and balanced curriculum so that each child can develop a positive attitude to learning.

  • To nurture strong partnerships with parents, carers, schools and the wider community, recognising the importance of transitions in a child’s life, thus creating a positive ‘Team around the Family’ approach.

  • To identify and celebrate success in each and every positive step throughout their development.

  • To value independence, and equip our pupils with the personal skills to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners. Developing rounded individuals socially, emotionally, physically and creatively.