Our mission is to provide a high quality, holistic, therapeutic, effective and meaningful educational experience for all of our pupils.
The Llewellyn School will inspire a passion for learning and celebrate the success and achievement of all of our pupils who are: deaf; have communication difficulties; have additional needs and have a wide range of disabilities/abilities associated with these.
The curriculum is child-centred, and designed to accommodate individual learning styles within a total communication environment (including BSL), while providing the opportunity for each of the pupils to maximise learning to their full potential.
Please click the links below to read about our Core Offer and our School Values:
‘To provide a safe and inspirational learning environment with high quality specialist support, where young people with disabilities have access to meaningful learning programmes, to achieve their long-term outcomes and to enhance their life and work skills.‘.
Our mission is to provide a high quality, inclusive, holistic, and meaningful education. We believe every pupil is unique with individual needs and that they all have the capability to learn and progress.
Our curriculum is pupil centred, supporting personal pathways that are meaningful, practical and supports long term life outcomes.
We aim to support all our pupils to enjoy their learning and to achieve their personal goals, to continue being valued members of a wider community.
Our School Values support an inclusive environment and culture to promote respect for self and others, to accept rules, be responsible and to develop independent life skills.
We are committed to achieving this through our team of highly qualified and experienced staff who have outstanding training and experience in Deaf Education and SEN.
We were delighted to receive a rating of ‘Good’ from Ofsted.
You can view a copy of the Ofsted reports by clicking the links below: