We use this area to keep important documents and links that parents and carers may find useful.
We work closely with parents, carers, and other stakeholders to ensure that students’ targets and outcomes are met.
Before all students start college, we ensure they have time to transition from school or other providers and complete a statement of need and baseline assessment.
Parent/ carer contact is crucial, and we ensure through various methods that parents are informed of progress through telephone calls, half termly reports and regular information.
We also work closely with local authorities to ensure that Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) procedures are followed, and all appropriate parties are invited to EHCP annual reviews for input and contribution.
Health for Teens is an NHS website created by and for young people. With a focus on physical and mental health & wellbeing the website offers facts, quizzes and articles created by experts from services including school nursing, health improvement, smoking cessation, dietetics, paediatricians and mental health.
Staying Safe Online Young people with learning difficulties may struggle to identify risky behaviours associated with the online world, or to make sensible decisions to keep themselves safe.
We have a robust approach to online safety, with safe habits being taught from a young age and revisited regularly then built on throughout the school. We promote the SMART rules – learn more about the SMART rules.
It’s important that you talk to your child about staying safe online. You may want to explore the parents online tool ’NetAware’, developed by the NSPCC and O2, to agree with your children what apps and social networks they can use.
More information on keeping children and young people safe online can be found on the following websites: