Welcome to Beverley School
where staff and governors are fully committed to the safeguarding and wellbeing of our pupils
Our vision is to provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment where children and young people will recognise and achieve their full potential. We provide opportunities for all pupils to have a wide range of experiences and become independent learners so that they can make a valuable contribution to society. Beverley School is a community where everybody is welcomed and no one should feel alone. We show respect for everyone and care about our school environment. We set high standards of learning and celebrate the achievements of every pupil. We value the partnership which exists between our school, our parents, our community and the part we all play in realising our vision.
Beverley School is an all age specialist school for pupils who have an autistic spectrum condition. All pupils follow the National Curriculum and most will achieve external accreditation, including GCSE where possible, by the time they leave us. We admit some pupils from our nursery and some pupils may join us at other points throughout the key stages if there is a vacancy. Pupils also have the option to stay with us after they are 16 if it is felt to be appropriate and many of our pupils do follow that option.
I believe that our greatest resource is our dedicated team of staff who endeavour to provide the very best in education as well as managing the social and emotional needs of pupils. Our staff are all trained to meet the needs of children and young adults who have autism and work in close partnership with parents, governors and the local community to provide an excellent educational experience for all.
Wednesday 7th December - Parents Coffee Morning
Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th December - Christmas Performances
Thursday 15th December - Christmas Jumper day and lunch
Friday 16th December - Christingle Service and last day of term
Wednesday 4th January 2017 - Return to school
To commemorate Remembrance Day we gathered together outside of school to take part in the two minute silence, and some classes decorated their doors with poppies.