The Grange School
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Primary & Secondary
Special school
5 - 14
Other independent special school

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2 Milner Way
West Yorkshire

School Description

The Grange School provides a happy, safe and exciting place for pupils to develop both academically and socially. Pupils feel that it is like a home from home. Staff are welcoming and caring. They help pupils to build a positive self-image and to develop respect for themselves and for others. All pupils who attend this setting have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Many arrive here having had a significantly disrupted educational journey. Staff take the time to help them settle into the school. They focus on getting to know pupils well in order to understand their specific starting points and needs. The school has done much to develop the curriculum to ensure that all pupils enjoy learning and can achieve well. They are now refining it further to ensure that learning builds more progressively across the key stages. Behaviour for learning is superb. Staff have high expectations: they look for opportunities to respond positively to all pupils. Pupils trust them. Pupils thrive on the care they are given. If pupils are anxious or struggling to manage their emotions, they are given the time, support and space they need to become calm. This ensures that pupils can rejoin learning quickly. The opportunities pupils are given to develop life skills are exemplary. Regular sporting activities, such as swimming or canoeing, support pupils to develop independence and self-confidence. Individual pupil passports include information about hopes and dreams for the future. These are used to plan activities that are meaningful, such as going to the shops or travelling on a train. Several parents and carers say that the opportunities and responsibilities pupils are given have been lifechanging for their children.

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This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.