We operate a whole school approach to special needs, believing this to be the most effective way to foster the development of all our students.
The school follows the SEN Code of Practice and the special needs policy of the LA. The school policy on Learning Support is available from the School Policies section of our website.
The school is designated to accommodate wheelchair access in all areas and some rooms have adapted furniture e.g. adjustable benches in science labs and technology rooms. All students, irrespective of learning and physical difficulties, have access to a full, broad, balanced curriculum. Further information can be found in the attachment below:
The School Offer 2017-2018
Helping your child to revise
6 Week revision timetable
Weekly Revision Planner
Weekly revision planner in hours
If you would like to know more, please contact the Special Educational Needs Coordinator at the school.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) - The Local Offer
Launch of extended Mental Health Directory of Support Services
The South Warwickshire Mental Health Partnership, made up of professionals from the third and public sectors, aims to improve awareness of mental health provision in South Warwickshire and maximise local provision through increased coordination and collaboration.
The partnership produces a Directory of Mental health Support on an annual basis - the latest edition covers the whole of Warwickshire. The directory uses up to date information supplied by organisations, groups and agencies that provide services which support people affected by mental health issues.
You can find the Directory using the following link: