Our aim is to provide pupils with a range of opportunities so that they can experience learning in a fun and interactive way. We cater for pupils with a range of needs, including the following: • Autistic Spectrum Disorder • Communication difficulties • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder • Asperger’s Syndrome • Specific learning difficulties • Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties • Attachment Difficulties • Mild/Moderate learning difficulties • Mild vision/hearing difficulties • Mild or controlled Epilepsy Our dedicated staff will spend time finding out what your child enjoys and what they are interested in, so that their interests are integrated into their learning experience. This along with other needs feature in their Individual Care and Education Plans, which set targets to address areas for development. All children have a ‘My Support Plan’ which they contribute towards; this identifies the level of pastoral support they may require and in what circumstances. Any pupil who exhibits social, emotional, psychological or behavioural difficulties is provided with support, where necessary, from the teaching and support staff and from our Pastoral Care Team, who are dedicated to ensuring that our pupils feel safe, settled, calm and ready to learn. Visits are welcomed from parents, carers and professionals. Please contact the school directly if you would like to arrange a visit.