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TEACHING & LEARNING

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CLASSES

At Neptune School, we provide Students with small class sizes, where the focus is on building trusting relationships and providing each Student with the support that they need.

By ensuring that each class has no more than 4 Students and has the support of a teacher and learning support assistant, we can help Students overcome their barriers to learning and help them to make accelerated progress

Students are grouped based on a combination of their academic potential and their social and emotional needs; rather than their specific year group. This allows us to help Students develop positive relationships with their peers and develop the skills they need to become confident and independent learners.

The school day begins and ends with tutor time in order that Students have a consistent opportunity to prepare for the day and reflect on its successes.

REFERRALS

Our proprietors Phoenix Learning and Care, welcome enquiries for placements in any of our services.

Please call us on 03330 150331 or email referrals@plcl.org.uk

We will provide an initial response to all enquiries as soon as possible, advising the options available and indicative dates of admission.

The referrals team can discuss the local offer and where appropriate, put you in contact with the respective Registered Manager or Head Teacher to discuss the practical areas in greater detail.

The Young Person and/or Student are openly encouraged to visit along with parents, guardians or Social Workers to see if the placement is suitable.

Once the placement is confirmed, we work to ensure a smooth transition including the completion of required documentation.

EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY

We work closely with our children/young people, their families and professionals to create bespoke programmes of learning for students, which are tailored to their educational and social and emotional needs, supporting them to achieve their full potential. This means that we deliver a personalised curriculum, which, where possible, acknowledges the national curriculum and meets the individual needs of our students, whilst also supporting them to meet the outcomes identified in their EHCPs.

To achieve this, every student has an individual education plan which identifies their areas of need and how we can best address them, both in terms of staff approach and the curriculum that they are provided.  Our goal is to provide access to the best academic outcomes possible as well as preparing our students for adulthood and the next stage of their education by equipping them with the skills required to achieve personal success.