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Services for children and young people in Northamptonshire (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

Campion School

Type of service:
Schools And Education Providers
Address:
Kislingbury Road, Campion School, Bugbrooke, Northampton, NN7 3QG
Telephone number:
01604 833900
Service description:
At Campion School we want our students to grow as caring, confident, independent young people who value their education and are ambitious for their future. Our success is based upon high expectations and outstanding support for all members of the school community. We are determined to ensure that every student achieves their best.

We promote excellence and aim to develop a love of learning. Our dedicated, enthusiastic and highly qualified staff work tirelessly to 'unlock' the talents of all our students. Support and encouragement are provided at all times to help each student develop into a highly skilled, articulate young adult with the personal qualities and academic qualifications needed to succeed in higher education and employment. We are therefore keen for our students to take full advantage of the wide range of exciting activities which the school has to offer, both within the classroom and beyond.

We expect excellent attendance, punctuality, high standards of uniform and mutual respect for all members of the school community – care and concern for others is central to the work that we do. Parents and carers are very important to us and we need and value their support too.

This is a school identified in the Accessibility Strategy 2015 to 2017 that has special adaptations for disabled pupils over and above what would be required under general planning and building regulations and will have as a minimum:
- Physical access to all areas of curriculum (this may not be 100% of the school building).
- Suitable parking and entrance to the school.
- A changing facility for pupils.
- A designated area for physiotherapy/treatment as required.
- Specialist furniture e.g. variable height tables where appropriate and other physical aids.
Cost:
Free
Age range:
11 years - 18 years
Additional information:
SENCO: Miss S. Long
Referral route:
  • School Admissions
Last updated on:
24/04/2017
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