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Covid-19 Update - October 2020: School Closure Notice

Upon the  advice of Public Health England, staff and students have been asked to isolate for 14 days due to a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the Beverly School. 

We are adhering closely to the national guidance and have closed the school for this specified  period until Monday November 2, 2020 to take in consideration that planned half term break..  During this time, staff will continue to support students’ learning, wellbeing and growth through a variety of means including  live virtual teaching, work packages and telephone contact. As always we are fully committed to delivering high quality education in order to secure best outcomes for our students despites the circumstances.

 

Cambian Beverley School

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Units 19 & 20 Priory Road, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 0EW

Phone: 01482 307830

Beverley School

 

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Cambian Beverley School is an independent, DfE-registered, co-educational day school, providing specialist educaton for up to 16 students, aged 9-18 years with on-going social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH). The majority of our students have Educational Health Care Plans (EHCP), however this is not a requirement for a referral to the school.

 

The School in non-denominational and has a secular ethos, but respects the cultural needs and religious beliefs of all. The School specialises in educating students with SEMH through flexible learning programmes, delivered using high-quality teaching and exceptional pastoral care. We achieve this by forming particularly strong relationships between teachers and students.

 

Bespoke learning plans for individual needs

 

Behavioural management strategies are applied consistently and sensitively, ensuring that students are clear about boundaries and expectations, so that behaviour in classes contributes to to good academic progress. We also place emphasis on preparation for adult life, particularly through the personal, social, citizenship and health (PSCH) curriculum.

 

Our approach is to inspire and engage our learners through a wide range of positive learning experiences. We strongly believe that all learners can achieve their personal best with the right guidance, encouragement and support.

 

Student Profile

May have one or more of the following:

 

•  Mixed gender, ages 9-18

•  Emotional and social difficulties

•  Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

•  Challenging behaviour

•  Attachment disorder

•  Asperger Syndrome or Autism

•  History of placement breakdowns

•  Has an Education, Health & Care Plan

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