Our school meets the needs of children and young people with a variety of additional learning needs. Predominantly, we specialise in teaching children with learning difficulties, either moderate (MLD), severe (SLD) or profound and multiple (PMLD); many of our children have accompanying conditions such as Autism, Down Syndrome or Cerebral Palsy. All of our children attend school because they have complex and lifelong learning disabilities which mean they need an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).


Our school is organised in to age-based phases:

  • Early Years Foundation Stage
  • Primary (Key Stage 1 [Year 1-2] and Key Stage 2 [Year 3-6])
  • Secondary (Key Stage 3 [Year 7-9] and Key Stage 4 [Year 10-11])
  • Further Education (Key Stage 5 [Year 12-14])

We are also fortunate enough to have the Intensive Support Centre (ISC), a cross-phase, pan-Authority provision which meets the needs of learners with complex Autism, acquired brain injuries and challenging conduct/behaviour.