Q: Is your school registered and has a recognised school number?
Q: What can we expect for our money?
A: The child will have a broad and balanced curriculum, in a class of just six other students and with two trained adults- usually a teacher and an LSA. There are extra literacy and numeracy as well as sessions in anger management and art therapy. Students also attend off site provision to pursue courses they are interested in.
Q: How often will the travel arrangements be reviewed?
A: We regularly review with the LEA all transport arrangements.
Q: How is attendance monitored?
A: This is monitored on a half daily basis, and the attendance record faxed to the LEA.
Q: Do you get inspected by Ofsted?
Q: What reporting systems are there in the school?
A: We send a written report to parents and LEAís in the Autumn and Summer term. We have an Academic Review Day in the Spring and Autumn terms. The authority is informed and invited to all Annual Reviews, as well as PEPís.
Q: Does the school take the new initiatives on healthy eating seriously?
A: The school has had a policy concerning sport, fitness and healthy eating for some considerable time. There are three meals prepared and served on site each day. We use fresh food, prepared and cooked in our own kitchens daily. All children follow a curriculum that includes not only PHSE, and PE but also food technology with a view to provide children with the skills they will need when they leave school.
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