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SEND provision in Secondary Schools

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Information for parents and young people regarding SEND provision in our secondary schools. 

Here you will find details on how each secondary school in Telford & Wrekin supports young people with Special Educational Needs. 
Information is included for maintained schools and academies. 

Below you will find links to:

  • School Website
  • SEN Information Report
  • SEND Policies
  • Virtual Open Events
  • School contacts

For more information about how to apply for a school place please visit School Admissions.

Information about School Admissions:

School Admissions

School Admissions Booklet

School Admissions Mythbuster

School catchment area maps

Burton Borough School

Charlton Secondary School

Ercall Wood Academy

Ercall Wood Website

Virtual Open Evening – coming soon

SEN Information Report

Contact Email: admin@ercallwood.co.uk

Contact Phone Number: 01952 387300

Hadley Learning Community

Holy Trinity Academy

The Telford Langley School

Telford Langley School Website

To book a Year 6 tour complete the booking form.

SEND Information

SEN Information Report

SEND Policy

Contact Email: complete contact form

Contact Phone Number: 01952 386700

The Telford Park School

Telford Park School Website

To book a Year 6 tour please complete the booking form.

SEND Information

SEND Policy

SEN Information Report

Contact Email: info@telfordparkschool.co.uk

Contact Phone Number: 01952 387400

The Telford Priory School

At Telford Priory School, we believe all children with SEND should have the opportunity to experience success in their learning at the highest possible level, within a fully inclusive, caring environment.

We have an extensive pastoral team who work with our students so they can lead fulfilling and balanced lives at school and beyond.  Staff model how to look after themselves and others; encouraging them to seek help, support or advice whenever it is needed.

Our behaviour policy is flexible and carefully applied to accommodate the needs of all our students to ensure effective teaching can take place to maximise personal success.

All our staff are trained in the principles of quality first teaching in order for inclusion to be successful. This is complimented by bespoke and targeted intervention where necessary to remove learning barriers, whether these are academic or more wider in terms of social, emotional and mental health. Outside professionals are also involved in training our staff and most recently have engaged in bespoke professional development focusing on specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia. 

We are a fully inclusive school and strive to ensure all students achieve their potential personally, socially, emotionally and academically in all areas of our ambitious curriculum.

Please read our SEND Information Report in conjunction with our SEND Policy which provides a complete overview of the Special Educational Needs and Disability provision at Telford Priory School and includes details of:

  • Our SEND vision
  • Our definition of Special Educational Needs and the four categories of Need
  • How we manage our inclusive teaching approach for students with SEND
  • Admission arrangements for students with SEND
  • How we implement and measure impact of our structured intervention programs 
  • Our multi agency approach to supporting students and their families with SEND

TPS Website

Virtual Open Evening

SEN Information Report

Contact Email: helen.phillips@taw.org.uk

Contact Phone Number: 01952 386400

 

Haberdashers' Adams

Newport Girls High School

A safe place for SEND

At Newport Girls’ High School we believe that all children with SEND should be supported to achieve their very best at school.

We have an excellent pastoral team who work hard to ensure that students wellbeing is catered for and students are able to feel well supported at school.

Our behaviour policy is designed to meet the needs of each individual student.

Young people will have access to a full and enriching curriculum and a range of extra curricula opportunities.

NGHS is one of the country’s leading girls’ grammar schools. We welcome girls from the town of Newport as well as further afield from Telford, Stafford, Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton.

Contact Name: Mr M.J Scott

Email: office@nghs.org.uk

Phone: 01952 797550

Website

SEN Information Report

  

Madeley Academy

Madeley Academy Website

Video for Year 7 Admissions September 2021 is available to view on the home page.

SEN Information Report

Contact Email: sdavies@madeleyacademy.com

Contact Phone Number: 01952 527700

Haberdashers's Abraham Darby

A school where everyone feels they have the opportunity to succeed and grow.

We are an inclusive school that recognises every pupil as an individual.

At Haberdashers’ Abraham Darby :

• We have an excellent pastoral team – we appreciate the importance of working together with our families to provide the best possible support to every child.

• We are committed to high quality training in SEND and quality first teaching in every classroom.

• We offer targeted classroom support and intervention, as required, through three hubs that are resourced and staffed according to an area of need (Emotional support, Learning support and Speech, Physical and Sensory support).

Haberdashers’ Abraham Darby Website

Year 7 Admissions 2021: How to book a tour

SEND Information

SEN Information Report

Contact Name: Clemency Price

Contact Email: clemency.price1@taw.org.uk

Contact Phone Number: 01952 386000

How to contact us:

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Email: SENDandInclusion@telford.gov.uk
Phone: 01952 381045
SEND Local Offer
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School Admissions
Email: admissions@telford.gov.uk
School Admissions