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Springwell School

Springwell School is a special school for children with a broad range of needs including moderate, severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties, Autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) and Social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH). There are 80 places for children aged between 3 and 11 years of age who are predominantly from the Hartlepool area. We want all children to enjoy school and to be supported to achieve their very best. We are committed to giving all our children every opportunity to achieve and make progress from their varied starting points. We offer excellent educational opportunities which are second to none. We have specific resources including our own soft play area with a large ball pool, hydrotherapy pool, two sensory rooms, computer suite, iPads, Eye Gaze PC’s and interactive boards in the classrooms, Each classroom is spacious and offers a stimulating context for learning with breakout and outdoor areas. Springwell School is a happy, caring and safe environment where we all work together, success is celebrated and everyone is valued. Our philosophy at Springwell is simple - it is to provide our children with the best. the best being the richest and most rewarding educational experience possible. We all work towards providing our children with the greatest opportunity to grow intellectually, morally and socially. The environment is safe, nurturing and stimulating, so that every child reaches their full potential. Each child is valued greatly as an individual and his or her achievements are given the merits they richly deserve. Our vision is to provide an exceptional education for pupils with a wide range of special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) from Hartlepool and beyond. We are a Centre of Excellence for Primary SEND in Hartlepool by offering support and guidance to schools, families and the wider community. We aim to create an environment, enriched through the use of the local community, which encourages personal growth and celebrates the achievements of all. We aim to develop a creative, skill-based curriculum that is fully differentiated and personalised to meet individual needs. We aim to ensure each child enjoys and fully participates in the life of the school and makes a positive contribution to the community. We ensure that as our children develop, they become more confident and independent in their learning. We work with parents and other agencies in a real partnership which facilitates the educational and social development of the children and provides a support network amongst parents.

Service provider

Client Groups Served

  • Learning Disability
  • Long Term Condition
  • Carer

Accessibility

Physical Environment Accessibility

Are your premises accessible?
Yes

Other Accessibility

Could you provide a BSL interpreter?
Yes
You you cater for religious/cultural needs?
Yes
Is a referral required to access your service?
Yes
Please give further details

A child must have been assessed as needing specialist educational provision as identified in an Education, Health and Care Plan.