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WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO

Individualised, specialised & outcome driven education for ASC pupils
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Eagle Park Independent school works with young people with Special Educational Needs & Autism Spectrum disorders. The curriculum covers key stage 2 & 3, along with functional skills levels.

Every young person is given equal opportunities & access to education, regardless of gender, nationality, race, ethnic origin, religious belief, disability or neurodivergence.

The education of our young people is differentiated and specific to their needs. All our young people benefit from a broad and balanced curriculum, which includes the National Curriculum subjects alongside programs that focus on skills for life. Our curriculum is relevant, purposeful and attentive to the needs of each individual young person.

The EHCP is an integral part of the Each young person’s curriculum to ensure that outcomes are met.

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The education of our young people is differentiated and specific to their needs. All our young people benefit from a broad and balanced curriculum, which includes the National Curriculum subjects alongside programs that focus on skills for life. Our curriculum is relevant, purposeful and attentive to the needs of each individual young person.

The EHCP is an integral part of the Each young person’s curriculum to ensure that outcomes are met.

The education of our young people is differentiated and specific to their needs. All our young people benefit from a broad and balanced curriculum, which includes the National Curriculum subjects alongside programs that focus on skills for life. Our curriculum is relevant, purposeful and attentive to the needs of each individual young person.

The EHCP is an integral part of the Each young person’s curriculum to ensure that outcomes are met.

OUR PUPILS SAFETY COMES FIRST

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all practitioners should make sure their approach is child centred. This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child.

(Keeping Children Safe in Education – DfE, 2023)

We continually review and update our Policies based on latest statutory guidance

Safeguarding lead

Please find our key Safeguarding Policies below:

Margaret Carey is our Head Teacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead

OUR APPROACH TO HEALTH AND SAFETY

Judicium Health and Safety award school

The Judicium Safety Award 2023

Due to the quality in compliance, within the remit of health and fire safety, our school was awarded the Judicium Safety Award 2023.

 

This award was given to us after our first audit showing the our dedication to the safety of our pupils.

Please find our key H&S Policies below:

OUR AIMS, VISION AND VALUES

  • To give our pupils a purpose & equip them for their future.

  • To build positive relationships with all stakeholders.

  • Celebrate success & achievement, no matter how big or small.
     

More than just a school, we are a community with a culture and ethos that embodies “togetherness”. We work hand in hand to develop curious and confident children with an understanding of how to be socially, morally, spiritually and culturally aware.

Our 3E’s promote self esteem and confidence

Effort - I will always do my best
Equality - I will always respect others
Empathy - I will try and understand how you feel

Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP’s) will identify any diagnosis which may include one or more of the following:

  • Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD),

  • Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC),

  • Cognitive, Learning, communication and interaction needs.

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