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Provision Descriptor

Pending Update

Isebrook School is a secondary setting which provides for students from 11-18 years old with a range of complex educational needs.  About one-third of the students have autistic spectrum conditions and many of our young people have social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, some of which have very challenging behaviours.  

Isebrook specialises in cognition and learning with focus on general and specific learning difficulties [SpLDs] which include:

  • Low levels of attainment
  • Difficulty in acquiring literacy and numeracy skills
  • Difficulty in dealing with abstract ideas
  • Difficulties with fine and/or gross motor skills
  • Signs of frustration
  • Sequencing, organisation, phonological or short-term memory abilities
  • Language skills and following instructions
  • Delays in forming concepts
  • Sensory processing / awareness

Please see the full document below which details:

  • Type of Provision
  • Admission Criteria
  • Characteristics & Description of Provision
  • Mainstream Arrangements
  • Reviews Arrangements
  • Local Authority Role in Reviews
  • Monitoring and Evaluating Provision
  • Exit Criteria and Arrangements
  • Future Developments
  • Staffing Details