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Best Special Need Schools in Charnwood

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  • Ashmount School

    Ashmount School is an outstanding all-through special school in Charnwood, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 8:1, our dedicated staff provide a welcoming and safe environment for students with severe learning difficulties. Our personalized curriculum, excellent leadership and management, and outstanding achievement of pupils ensure high learning outcomes. We offer specialized facilities and a wide range of extracurricular activities to foster independence and social skills.
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  • Maplewell Hall School

    Maplewell Hall School is a secondary school located in Woodhouse Eaves, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 8:1 and a total of 287 students, the school provides a personalized learning experience. The school offers a wide range of SEN support for students with diverse needs. Maplewell Hall School has been rated Good by Ofsted, with outstanding provision in the sixth-form. The school prioritizes safety and has excellent resources available. Although exam results show room for improvement, the school focuses on developing well-rounded individuals equipped with essential life skills.
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  • The Cedars Academy

    The Cedars Academy is a secondary school located in Birstall, East Midlands. With a strong emphasis on pastoral care and student well-being, the school provides effective support for students with special educational needs. The academy offers a challenging and well-designed curriculum, resulting in rapid progress in all year groups. Parents can expect positive relationships between teachers and pupils, along with highly effective leaders and governors. However, there are areas that need improvement, such as addressing weaker teaching and providing better support for the most able pupils.
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  • Beacon Academy

    Beacon Academy is a primary school located in Charnwood, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 15:1 and a strong focus on inclusivity, Beacon offers a broad curriculum that encourages hands-on learning and intellectual challenges. The school aims to empower students to become lifelong learners, providing them with a supportive and nurturing environment. With good overall effectiveness as rated by Ofsted, Beacon Academy strives to ensure that every child receives a quality education and develops good behavior and attitudes.
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  • Wreake Valley Academy

    Wreake Valley Academy is a secondary school located in Syston, East Midlands. With a strong focus on personal development and good behavior, the school provides a supportive environment for students aged 11-18. The school offers a range of subjects, achieving good exam results and providing excellent teaching. With a low student-teacher ratio of 16:1 and dedicated staff, parents can be confident in their child's education at Wreake Valley Academy.
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  • Thorpe Acre Junior School

    Thorpe Acre Junior School is a thriving primary school in Loughborough, East Midlands. With a dedicated leadership team and good Ofsted ratings, the school provides a rich and well-designed curriculum, supporting students in their academic achievement. The school values parent-teacher communication and fosters confidence in students, providing a positive learning environment. With a focus on safeguarding and clear improvement priorities, Thorpe Acre Junior School ensures the well-being and progress of all students.
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  • Quorn Hall School

    Quorn Hall School is an outstanding co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in Quorn, East Midlands. Led by Ms Antonia Jackson, the school prides itself on its culture of excellence and offers a creative and imaginative curriculum. With a focus on personal development, pupils at Quorn Hall School make excellent progress and are well-prepared for further education and employment. The school's diligent staff ensure the well-being and safety of all students, creating an environment where each student can thrive.
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  • Rawlins Academy

    Rawlins Academy is a Church of England secondary school located in Quorn, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 15:1, the school offers a co-ed education for students aged 11-18. Although the school requires improvement according to its Ofsted report, it has a good sixth-form provision and a moderate learning difficulty support system. Exam results show that 38% of students achieved grade 5 or above in English and math GCSEs, while 12% achieved AAB or higher in A-levels.
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  • Christ Church & Saint Peter's Cofe Primary School

    Christ Church & Saint Peter's Cofe Primary School is a co-ed Church of England primary school in Mountsorrel, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 23:1, the school provides excellent instruction and support for students' social, emotional, and spiritual growth. The school offers a balanced curriculum that promotes academic rigour, play, sensitivity, and prayer. With good overall effectiveness and outcomes for pupils, it is a safe and caring environment where children can reach their maximum potential.
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  • Iveshead School

    Iveshead School is a co-ed secondary school located in Shepshed, East Midlands. With a dedicated and experienced staff, we provide quality education to students aged 11-19. Our school offers a supportive environment for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. We also have a sixth form and a school size of 950, ensuring personalized attention for each student.
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  • Wolfdale School

    Wolfdale School is a co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in Anstey, East Midlands. With a small student body of 35, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for children aged 7 to 16. Led by Headteacher Mr Sachin (Sunny) Dogra, Wolfdale School prides itself on its good overall effectiveness, quality education, positive behaviour and attitudes, and strong personal development. The school meets independent school standards and supports students with various special educational needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social, Emotional and Mental Health challenges, Moderate Learning Difficulty, and Specific Learning Difficulty.
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  • Woodside Lodge Outdoor Learning Centre

    Woodside Lodge Outdoor Learning Centre is a small and inclusive all-through school located in Quorn, East Midlands. With a total of 34 students, the school provides a safe and nurturing environment for children aged 5-19. Led by Mrs Stacey Bollard, the school has been praised for its outstanding behaviour and attitudes, and personal development. The school meets the independent school standards and offers a quality education with good overall effectiveness.
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  • Sense College Loughborough

    Sense College Loughborough is a specialized co-ed sixth form school catering to students aged 16-25 with visual impairments, speech and language communication needs, autism spectrum disorder, multi-sensory impairments, physical disabilities, moderate and severe learning difficulties, and specific learning difficulties. With a dedicated staff and a focus on individualized education, our school provides a supportive and inclusive environment for students to thrive and prepare for their future.
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  • Homefield College

    Homefield College is a reputable 16 Plus (Sixth Form) school in Mountsorrel, East Midlands. Led by Principal Tracey Forman, the school was founded in 2006 and offers a co-ed education for students aged 16-25. With a focus on social, emotional and mental health support, Homefield College provides an innovative, personalised curriculum that ensures students make expected progress or better. However, there is room for improvement in consistently providing sufficient support to students with additional behavioural needs.
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  • Hardwick House School

    Hardwick House School is a co-ed middle deemed secondary school located in Loughborough. Led by the exceptional Mrs Sarah Unwin, the school offers outstanding quality education with a particular focus on autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) students. With a small class size of 39 students, including 27 boys and 12 girls, the school provides a nurturing environment for personal development. Hardwick House School consistently achieves good overall effectiveness as per Ofsted reports, ensuring parents that their children will receive a high standard of education.
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Schools Nearby Charnwood

  • Sandfield Close Primary School

    Sandfield Close Primary School is a vibrant and friendly school in Blaby District, East Midlands. With a strong sense of community, the school provides a high quality education, ensuring strong progress in reading, writing, mathematics, and science. Our dedicated staff promotes personal development, behavior, and welfare, creating a safe and inclusive environment for all students. With good exam results and effective safeguarding, Sandfield Close Primary School is an excellent choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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  • Babington Academy

    Babington Academy is a secondary school in Beaumont Leys, East Midlands. With a strong focus on inclusiveness and diversity, the school strives to support students in achieving success. The school offers a safe and nurturing environment, with a student-teacher ratio of 15:1. Babington Academy has received recognition for its commitment to inclusion, as well as for providing opportunities for gifted and talented students. Graduates leave Babington Academy with the knowledge, abilities, and self-assurance to thrive in a challenging world.
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  • Barley Croft Primary School

    Barley Croft Primary School is a dynamic institution committed to ensuring every student is 'Happy, Safe and Learning'. With effective leadership, high expectations for teaching quality, and consistently strong progress for SEND and disadvantaged pupils, parents can trust that their child will receive a top-notch education. The school also offers a wide range of activities and opportunities to enhance the student experience. With an overall good Ofsted rating and positive exam results, Barley Croft Primary School strives to provide the best possible education for its students.
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  • Rushey Mead Primary School

    Rushey Mead Primary School is a vibrant and inclusive school in Blaby District, East Midlands. With a strong focus on the well-being and progress of all students, the school offers a broad and balanced curriculum. With a compelling vision and a commitment to safeguarding, parents can trust that their children will receive a high-quality education. The school has a good track record of supporting vulnerable pupils and ensuring good progress for disadvantaged students. While some areas for improvement have been identified, such as providing consistent challenge for the most able readers and improving reading fluency for pupils with English as an additional language, overall, Rushey Mead Primary School is dedicated to providing a positive learning environment for children ages 3-11.
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  • English Martyrs' Catholic School, A Voluntary Academy

    English Martyrs' Catholic School, A Voluntary Academy is a Roman Catholic secondary school located in Blaby District, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, the school offers a co-ed learning environment for students aged 11-19. The school is committed to providing support for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), including those with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Offering a wide range of resources and achieving a C- grade in academics, parents can trust in the quality education their children receive at this vibrant and inclusive school.
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