Flying Bull Academy Inclusion Centre – Social, Emotional, Mental Health
The Flying Bull Academy is a mainstream, state funded junior school for mixed in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
What the specialist provision offers
The Inclusion Centre caters for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties who require some short-term specialist support away from their mainstream school. For the time that children attend the Inclusion Centre they will be on the roll of both Flying Bull and their ‘own’ school. The aim of the provision is to enable the children to return and re-integrate successfully to their mainstream school.
The school’s SEN Information Report can be found by clicking here
Who is able to attend our school?
Pupils referred for consideration for a place at the Inclusion Centre may not have a Statement of Special Education Needs or an Education Health and Care Plan. However there will be evidence that they are not coping in mainstream school and they will:
• Be in the age range of 4 – 9 years, National Curriculum years R to 4.
• Have a history of behaviour difficulties despite intervention by school and support services.
• Have difficulties making and sustaining appropriate relationships with peers and/or adults.
How do we make sure we provide a quality education for SEND Children?
• National standards as monitored through Ofsted Inspections which are available on the school’s website.
• Local Authority monitoring of pupil progress.
How to get a place at the school?
Through the Inclusion Support Panel.
Who to contact if you are unhappy with the school or to make a complaint
Initially in writing to the Headteacher of the school. Further details of the complaints procedure can be obtained from the school.
For further information please visit the website at: http://www.fbacademy.co.uk/