Becton School is as unique as it is wonderful and as complex as it is caring. Over the past 4 years it has grown considerably and the number of pupils it supports has almost quadrupled. Initially Becton School worked solely with patients at the Becton Centre for Children and Young People, a residential Tier 4 CAMHs unit. However, we now encompass 3 other separate (and also complex) sites each working with a different cohort of pupils. The staff at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital work with patients admitted for a wide variety of medical needs. The Kenwood centre has just completed its 5th year and is a site for pupils with Autism and Mental Health Issues (These pupils require an EHCP and are fully on our roll). Whilst the Moncrieffe Centre supports pupils in Sheffield who are medically too ill to attend school, whether this is due to a medical or mental health condition.