All students who attend this school are entitled to a broad and balanced curriculum, suitably differentiated to meet individual needs.
It is our policy to assist all our students to achieve their full social, emotional and academic potential, both within the school community and in wider contexts. Provision will be made for those whose needs are not easily met within the normal academic and pastoral curriculum so that they may remain as fully integrated as possible.
Events, Information and Opportunities
Please complete and submit this form if you wish to receive a text message when the SEND or Family Support Advisor list of ‘Events, Information and Opportunities’ is updated.
Post 16 options and pathways for students with education, health and care plans.
posted 19 October 2018
Plymouth Information Advice and Support
For Your Interest Newsletter: October 2018
Our October 2018 edition of For Your Interest is now available to download from our website. It contains a wealth of things to do in the Plymouth area over the school holidays including activities suitable for young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
posted 19 October 2018
Links and Resources about Sleep from Cerebra
posted 26 September 2018
Parents and Carers Workshops at The Zone
This sessions will be 2 hours long and be split into an information session followed by a Q&A session with practitioners available from; The Zone, Young Devon and CAMHS.
posted 19 July 2018
Livewell South West
Summer holidays – Emotional Health and Wellbeing Drop In
posted 19 July 2018
DLA Workshop with Cerebra
This will take place on Tuesday 17 July from 9.30 – 2.30 (within school times).
Please bring your own lunch.
This is aimed at families who are looking to claim / have claimed and are about to renew or who are in the process of claiming for the first time for a child or young person under the age of 16.
If you have any questions please contact Claire Paddon firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use this link to book a place.
posted 12 July 2018
Plymotuh City Council Carers Consultation Survey
If you are a carer (young carer or adult carer) please complete this survey on the Plymouth City Council website.
A carer is anyone (of any age) who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support. This also includes young carers.
Please contact Mrs Weaver if you would like a paper copy of the survey.
posted 10 July 2018
Young Devon (Counselling) Support
Young Devon (counselling) support will be available during the holiday period.
This can either be booked sessions at our Genesis building. 235 Union Street PL13HN or via phone calls.
Office number is 01752 424759
Nicky Hall, team leader is 07976284560
posted 5 July 2018
Active Together Families
posted 28 June 2018
Family Fun Day
Skills & Employability
A new resource for young people, parents & practitioners on Skills & Employability is now live on the Plymouth City Council website:
The site provides useful information for young people and parents from Year 7 through to Year 12 including links to directories for schools, colleges, the Training Provider Network & Higher Education. It also signposts a range of useful resources including careers advice, local job types / career ideas & ideas for inspiring young people with SEND into employment.
Natalie Smith, Post 16 Coordinator
Education, Participation & Skills, Plymouth City Council
posted 17 May 2018
CAMHS Design Competition
CAMHS is running a competition for young people to submit designs about their views of what mental health is and what they would like to see on posters, websites and banners.
Submissions should be A4 size and a prize will be allocated to one primary age submission (5-11 years) and one secondary age submission (12-18 years).
The deadline for entries is 30 June.
posted 16 May 2018
22 May 2018
posted 26 April 2018
Your Voice Your Say
posted 17 April 2018
New Youth Club
We have information about a new youth club specifically aimed at young people on the Spectrum but not necessarily with a diagnosis. It runs in Efford on Wednesdays and offers sessions for 10-15 year olds then an older age group.
Please contact Mrs Weaver via main reception on 01752 208787 should you wish to have more details.
posted 27 March 2018
Autism Friendly Games Night
Devonport Park Activity Centre
Every second Friday of the month from 4pm to 7pm for young people age 10-16 years old.
posted 12 March 2018
Friends and Families of Special Children
Training and informaion dates for 2018
posted 9 February 2018
Inclusive Sport Regular Events
posted 13 November 2017
The Plympton Hub
Working together to support families
posted 31 October 2017
Whizz-Kidz: Ambassador Club
A free youth club for wheelchair users aged 8-25 years held on the first Sunday of each month at Plymouth Life Centre from 11.30am -5.00pm. The club is run by Adam Simmons who is also a wheelchair user and lecturer at Plymouth University. Parents do not need to stay for the duration of the club as there are two health care assistants who are specifically trained to take care of all the medical and personal needs of the young people. An application form will need to be completed before attending a session for young people that want to stay without a parent / carer. To find out more call Sally on 07867 124901 or email email@example.com