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.
Lifeworks Holiday Project
February Half Term 2020 for learning disabled young people age 12 and over.
A Spring into Spring Adventure – Connect – Be Active – Learn new Skills – Give to others – Be there in the moment – involving physical fun, creative challenge; scrummy food making and just a few ‘new’ experiences for a brand new year.’ For further information or to book a place please call: Tracey on 01803 861 069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
posted 16 January 2020
Parents of children in Years 6, 9 and 11 needed to participate in Research on Dyslexia
posted 28 October 2019
Plymouth Anxiety and Depression Support (PADS)
A Plymouth based adult mental health charity.
posted 12 February 2019
Who is eligible to receive an Autism Alert Card?
The Autism Alert Card can be issued to individuals aged 10 or over who live anywhere in Devon, although similar schemes are in place in other areas of the country and so the card and awareness about the disability may be recognised elsewhere.
posted 23 January 2019
Links and Resources about Sleep from Cerebra
posted 26 September 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