The Beacon College
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Post 16
Special school
16 - 19
Free schools special

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Pupils first language
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Eastnor Drive

School Description

Students thrive at The Beacon College. Staff make sure that they understand each student incredibly well. This means that from the moment they start, students’ needs are met and they are able to flourish. Students’ personal development is the golden thread that runs through all aspects of school life. Staff work thoughtfully to make sure that students are very well prepared for adulthood in every respect. The exceptionally well designed curriculum, the extensive range of wider opportunities and the carefully planned experiences for students to practise and apply their skills provide an excellent platform for students’ next steps. Students enjoy school. There is a strong focus on teaching students to be able to advocate for themselves. Students are taught to make choices for themselves and to be able to communicate effectively when they want things to change. Students’ views are at the heart of their provision. The school has precisely planned what they do so to ensure that students make meaningful choices in all areas of school life. As a result, students are confident that their voices are listened to. The school has exceptionally high expectations for students, and staff provide students with the tools to meet these expectations. Students learn about themselves and the needs of others, so they are well prepared for employment, education or more specialist provision.

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