St Anne's School and Sixth Form College Report
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St Anne’s School provides for pupils of all ages with a range of complex special educational needs, which fall into three main categories of severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties and autism spectrum conditions. Pupils all have a statement of special educational need, although some children in the Early Years Foundation Stage are undergoing statutory assessment. Since the previous inspection the school has developed sixth-form provision and numbers have been increasing rapidly in this department, with students moving on to sixth form from the main school and joining from other schools. There are currently 19 students in the sixth form. The proportion of pupils supported through the pupil premium is a little above average. The pupil premium is additional funding for pupils known to be eligible for free school meals, children from service families and those children who are looked after by the local authority. The large majority of pupils are of White British heritage, with only a very small minority who have English as an additional language. There are twice as many boys as girls in the school. Older students attend courses at Bishop Burton Agricultural College, Welton Waters and Motor Trades, in addition to work placements at a number of providers. Although many of the children join the school at Early Years Foundation Stage, pupils may join at any time in their education, often from mainstream schools, with other peak times for admission at Year 7 and Year 12. The school offers residential provision to its pupils, offering overnight stays according to the individual needs of pupils and their families. The residence was not part of this inspection, but was last inspected by an Ofsted social care inspector in September 2013. The report is available to view on the Ofsted website.
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