Bebington High Sports College

We are a mainstream high school with a MLD Resourced Provision for students aged 11 – 19.

Bebington High Sports College is a mainstream school catering for students aged 11 – 19.  We also have  a resourced provision for 25 pupils with Moderate Learning Difficulties. We also provide support for pupils with the following needs too: Medical Physical Needs Learning Difficulties Speech, Language or Communication Needs (including ASD)  Staff have extensive experience in supporting pupils with additional needs as training and links with external agencies (such as the Local Authority, Wirral Autistic Society, Liverpool John Moores and Manchester University) have been established in order to best meet the needs to each pupil.  Our staff areas of expertise include: Specific Learning Difficulties – especially dyslexia Moderate Learning Difficulties Orrets Meadow provision Autistic Spectrum Condition/Disorder Asperger Syndrome Physical Difficulties including complex needs Supporting speech therapy Manual handling training First Aid training Behaviour support Person Centred Planning If you wish to discuss any aspect of Special Educational Needs, you can contact Mrs. Kim Ashton, the Administrator or Mrs. Donna Jones – Assistant Headteacher on 0151 6454154 on Option 4.   Or drop us an email at [email protected]
Bebington High Sports College SEND Information Report

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Special Education Need & Disability

Social Communication

Physical Difficulties

Speech and Language

Hearing Impairment/Deafness

Visual Impairment

Learning Disabilities

Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

Medical

Facilities and Accessibility

Disabled Parking

Free Parking

Lift

Wheelchair Accessible

Baby Changing

Disabled Toilet

About this Listing

Funding Status: Council Maintained

Method of Referral: Contact Ms D. Miller - Head's PA for more details.

School Hours: Monday - Friday 8.40 am to 3pm

Eligibility: 11 - 19

Cost: No cost

Parking/Travel Information: 

Co-designed school: Yes

How does somebody raise a concern about the school?: Contact Mrs D.M. Jones

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