the School's prospectus, Statement of Purpose, local offer, website and other
The School will endeavour to meet appropriate ethnic/cultural requirements. The
School has a multi-faith ethos as its foundation and recognises the value and
importance of tolerance of all faith systems.
The school has an adapted environment to meet the needs of the cohort of pupils.
Reasonable adjustments to the provision have been made to create a safe
environment for living and learning. There may be instances however where pupils'
special needs include challenging behaviours such as significant damage to property
or absconding where the environment would require further significant adjustment
which would be incompatible with the efficient education of other children in the
school or the efficient use of the Local Authority's resources.
Pupils attending on a weekly board placement will be required to return on a Sunday
evening or as arranged by the Head of Care.
Following a successful settling in period, an interim 3-month review will take place to
assess the placement, progress and staffing levels.
Appealing against an admissions decision
To appeal an admissions decision made by the Trustees of the School, parents/carers or local
authorities should write to the Admissions Panel outlining the reasons for appealing the decision.
Thereafter, the process will follow that outlined in our Complaints Policy, available from the
website or from reception.
ADMISSIONS - PRIORS COURT SCHOOL
Version 1 Review Date: 30 Sep 2023