Quay Partnership Plymouth
The Quay Partnership, Plymouth is a collaboration between five Plymouth Special Schools covering all Key Stages and all aspects of SEND.
- Brook Green Centre for Learning
Specialists in supporting pupils with learning disabilities and emotional and behavioural needs
- Longcause School
Specialists in supporting pupils with communication and interaction needs
- Mill Ford School
Specialists in supporting pupils with learning disabilities and complex needs
- Mount Tamar School
Specialists in supporting pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs
- Woodlands School
Specialists in supporting pupils with complex physical, sensory and medical needs
We believe that all children /young people with SEND should be educated in the setting which most successfully meets their needs and leads to them having best possible outcomes.
Most usually, this will be with the young person being effectively supported in a mainstream setting. We also believe that schools should be inclusive and their staff should have the skills to meet a wide range of individual needs effectively. We can offer specialist advice and insight to your team and supporting your staff in situ.
Our skilled teams will work in your learning environment, supporting your staff to understand the various impacts on the children / young people in your setting. We can provide modelled support for your class teams, offering practice based training to staff and interventions that are effective.
We can offer shadowing opportunities and experiences in the special school setting to give staff confidence in using unfamiliar techniques or to see them in action on a larger scale. Our proactive approach has been shown to be effective in ensuring children / young people stay within Plymouth to access their education.
We want to support all schools to deepen their staff knowledge and skills in order to enhance the delivery of effective learning and to have a beneficial impact on successive pupils over time.
- 5 to 11 years old
- 12 to 16 years old
- Communication impairments
- Down's syndrome
- Learning disabilities
- Physical disabilities
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