We know how valuable each day at school is, so we want all of our students to be happy, safe and to access an exciting, broad curriculum. Some of our most recent developments include extending the Post 16 provision through the use of the Croft bungalow, expansion of our after school clubs and investment in Forest Schools training for staff. We aim to extend opportunities outside of school in sport, dance and drama, for those students that it is appropriate for. Last year we travelled to Burnley and Coventry to compete in National Disability Athletics Championships and our dance group performed twice at the Curve. We also have links with mainstream schools.
We have a stunning building that we moved into in 2009. It won the TES New Building Award (2009) and we pride ourselves in the facilities that include specialist sensory rooms, a pool, life skills flat, The Croft bungalow as well as Art, Drama/Music, and Food Technology rooms. We also have 2 classrooms based at King Edward VII Upper School.
We aim to work closely with families, you are welcome to come into school at any time to discuss any issues. You know your child best and we believe that working together is the best way. Home school diaries, home visits and social events are all part of this partnership.
In May 2016 we had our third, consecutive Outstanding Ofsted inspection which highly commended the work that we do.
If there is anything else you need to know then please contact us.
We love our school and we hope that you will too.
Gail Seaton - Headteacher