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Tettenhall Wood Special School

Tettenhall Wood School currently provides education for 57 pupils from the age of 5 – 19, pupil numbers will increase to 90 in September 2012. The school is the Local Authority’s designated school for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC) some of whom may have severe and complex learning difficulties.  Great emphasis is placed on providing a stimulating learning environment with appropriate learning experiences and resources, where everyone is treated with dignity, with respect and is of equal worth.

The school’s latest Ofsted report published July 2008 stated that it is an outstanding school where all staff continually strive to improve the provision for the learners.”

 

 Tettenhall Wood and BSF

 
   

As part of the BSF programme, Tettenhall Wood School will be relocated to create a ‘Learning Community’ at The King’s CE School site on Regis Rd, Tettenhall.

 The design of the new Tettenhall Wood School will reflect the individual needs of the group of pupils that the school caters for and will allow staff to extend the impact of the excellent work they have already been doing on their current constrained site. 

 The co-location of Tettenhall Wood School with The King’s will also allow  pupils to  benefit from access to the specialist resources of King’s School, especially in the area of visual and performing arts, while the expertise of Tettenhall Wood staff will help the King’s School support its own pupils with special educational needs. 

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Tettenhall Wood School is pleased to be a sample school as this provides us with the opportunity to plan for a purposeful environment which will transform the lives of our pupils and their families.
Mostyn Mahoney,
Headteacher Tettenhall Wood School