Aim Habonim
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51 Rigby Street
M7 4NX

School Description

Aim Habonim is an independent specialist day school that provides education for boys and girls aged from four to 19 years who are severely disabled or have profound and multiple learning difficulties. Pupils are from the Jewish community in Salford, Bury and Manchester. The school offers an education which it describes as ‘sensitive to pupils’ religious and cultural requirements’. The school is located on the ground floor of a community building which has other organisations operating from the upper floor. A childcare and early years provision is colocated with the school, which has the same proprietor and is led and managed by the same leadership team and governing body. The early years provision is registered and inspected separately. The last inspection of the early years provision was January 2017. This inspection considered the early years provision for children in the Reception class and provision for pupils from age five to 19 years. There are currently 62 pupils on roll in total, including 36 children in early years provision that is inspected separately. There are 26 pupils in classes that were inspected during this inspection. The school is registered for up to 80 pupils, including children in the early years provision. All pupils in the school have special educational needs and two thirds have education, health and care plans. There are eight part-time pupils who are dual registered with Karem Shliome or Yesoiday Hatorah School. Education is provided off-site for pupils who are unable to attend the school. The last standard inspection of the school took place in May 2015.

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