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The Head teacher at Chellow Heights Special School provides specialist SEND training. Students receive the training in Chellow Heights school

The school is an active member in the Bradford District Achievement Partnership (DAP) for Pupils with Complex Needs and in the Yorkshire and Humberside Special School Leadership Group. The head teacher is chair of both groups

The head teacher is a Local Leader of Education (LLE) and leads on the training for BB19 SEND.

2013 Ofsted – Good

  • Pupils are happy at Chellow Heights and overall, the vast majority make at least good progress from their individual starting points.
  • Some pupils make outstanding progress. This is in all subjects, including reading, writing, communication and mathematics
  • The majority of teaching is good and sometimes better.

Above average - The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic groups and nearly half of the pupils speak English as an additional language.

Most - pupils have speech, language and communication needs.

Approximately half - of the pupils have profound and multiple learning difficulties and/or medical needs.

Around half - have severe learning difficulties and/or medical needs.

A significant proportion - of pupils have autism, medical conditions or behavioural, emotional and social difficulties

Above average - The proportion of pupils known to be supported by the pupil premium.