5 Top Schools For Children Living With Disability-步步高i606

Disability The Centre Academy London is one of the top independent special needs schools in the U.K. Established in 1974 it caters for preparatory school, senior school and sixth form. It takes students with a variety of learning difficulties including dyslexia, ADD, ADHA, Dyspraxia and other learning disabilities. The school only operates small classes of five or six students to allow for a high level of one to one tuition. Each student’s individual needs are catered for following an evaluation. The school is unique in that it offers both the British National Curriculum through to GCSE and the American High School Diploma. Individual counselling, speech and language therapy and occupational therapy are available. Chailey Heritage School located in Lewes, East Sussex is a co-educational day school, boarding school, nursery, pre-preparatory, preparatory and senior and sixth form non maintained special school for children aged three to nineteen with .plex physical, sensory, .munication and learning difficulties. Ofsted called the school ‘outstanding’ in their 2007 and 2009 inspections. It is also now registered as a children’s home, offering care options throughout the entire year. The curriculum is adapted to suit each individual and takes a holistic approach en.passing therapy with educational needs. The school shares a site with Chailey Heritage Clinical Services offering educational, health and therapeutic services in the one location. MacIntyre School in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire is a co-educational day and boarding school, senior school and sixth form school for pupils aged ten to nineteen years with .plex learning difficulties. Taking an individualised approach to education, there is also a behaviour support team to address challenging behaviour and speech and language therapy, physiotherapy, music therapy; clinical psychology are all available on site. There is a dedicated Transition service, the ‘MacIntyre My Way’ service where young people are assisted with the Transition from school to the next life stage. New College in Worcester, Worcestershire is a co-educational school, boarding school, senior school and sixth form specialising in children with visual impairments who are able to follow the National Curriculum and take up to ten GCSE’s, AS and up to four A Levels. The School also takes students on ASDAN programmes. The emphasis is placed on living skills, Braille, mobility and keyboarding with a view to achieving as much independent living as possible for each pupil. These living skills are practised in the sixth from hostel where students take care of laundry, cooking and leisure under supervision. Treloar School in Alton, Hampshire is a co-educational day and boarding school catering for pre-preparatory, preparatory and senior school ages. The school has a reputation for working with children with life limiting conditions. It follows the National Curriculum, tweaked to suit individual needs. Occupational, speech and language therapy, physiotherapy are all included in the services offered. There is also a medical centre with twenty-four hour nursing care to help lessen the impact of illness on educational progress. The school offers GCSE’s, ASDAN and City and Guilds qualifications. The school .anises frequent off site trips using their own specialist vehicles for transport. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: