NEW LCC CONSULTATION

You may have seen the information published on our School website / news page regarding the proposal to increase the number of places available at Bleasdale School and change the school SEN designation.

There is currently a formal consultation ongoing from 22 May 2024 until 26 June 2024 and a meeting has been arranged to take place at Bleasdale School on 11th June 2024 at 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm where a representative from Lancashire County Council will attend to provide further information and answer any questions you may have.

Soon you can complete the Lancashire County Council questionnaire for the proposal by accessing the link :here.

https://bleasdaleschool.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/Bleasdale-School-Formal-Consultation-booklet-2024.docx

https://bleasdaleschool.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/Bleasdale-School-Statutory-Notice-2024.docx

 

 

Welcome from the Headteacher

Thank you for visiting our school website.  May I begin by offering you a very warm welcome on behalf of our community of brilliant pupils, parents and carers, staff and governors.  We hope, through exploring our online content, you will gain a better understanding of our forward-thinking school.

Bleasdale School caters for children and young adults aged 2-19 years, with profound and multiple learning disabilities, severe learning difficulties, and/or a diagnosis of autistic spectrum condition. Set in an area of natural beauty, we are a small school where everybody knows one another well. Having retained an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating for many years, staff and governors continue to strive to achieve our very best and remain passionate about the work we do. We are a SEN/D community who embraces inspiration, creativity and inclusivity via our central ethos “Learning Together, Achieving Together”. By empowering equality, we enable collaboration as equal partners, bringing together our combined knowledge through coaching to provide exceptional teaching and learning for all of our pupils’ needs.

Our core aims:

  1. Place the students at the heart of everything we do.
  2. Place inquiry and reflection as an important part of our practice.
  3. Provide a curriculum that prepares our pupils for adulthood.
  4. Provide person centred learning that is suited to the individual needs of the learner.
  5. Provide the learner with the skills required to maximise their full potential, both currently and in their future.

Creating a personalised education and care package for each pupil recognises how unique and special the pupils are. We value all achievements and celebrate them with our school community, both within school and online.

Please do explore our online content which will provide you with a stronger insight into Bleasdale School’s life. We are beyond proud of our school community and would welcome the opportunity to share further information with you.

Sefton Booth 

Headteacher 

 

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Headteacher:  Mr Sefton Booth

Bleasdale School, 27 Emesgate Lane
Silverdale, Carnforth, Lancashire
LA5 0RG

For general enquiries, please contact the School Office on the telephone number below where your call will be dealt with by Paula Mason

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