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Ash Field Academy
**School open to Staff and Pupils Tuesday 12th December** **Adverse Weather Advice** - In the event of extreme weather (e.g. snow) we will inform BBC Radio Leicester 104.9 FM asap. We will also try to send you a text message.** Principal - Jane Booth, office@ashfield.leicester.sch.uk - 0116 2737151

Vision and Values

We are an enthusiastic and professional staff team who keep the progress and development of children at the centre of our thinking. We believe strongly in creating new and exciting opportunities and making sure that learning is fun, engaging and relevant. Parents understand they are a vital part of the team and are very positive and supportive.

 

As we cater for children of all ages and abilities we are like many different schools housed under one roof!   All of our pupils have physical disabilities or complex medical conditions. In addition many pupils have learning, communication and sensory needs. We receive support from other professionals who provide speech and language therapy and physiotherapy.

 

We value our role as part of a wider professional community for children and young people with special educational needs. We are proud that we are designated as a Teaching School and we hope to use this as a springboard to further develop our outward facing work as a leading provider of professional development both in Leicester and in a wider national and international arena.

 

 

 

 

Our Vision and Aspirations

 

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Provide exceptional education and care so that every pupil reaches his or her potential

 

To achieve this, we aspire to:

 

  • Ensure pupils are safe and feel safe, included and accepted

 

  • Provide great teaching so pupils make good or better progress

 

  • Offer a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum

 

  • Promote British values and encourage pupils to be resilient, confident and determined

 

  • Support pupils to be as emotionally and physically healthy as they can be

 

  • Engage with parents, carers and other stakeholders, keeping pupils at the heart of our thinking

 

  • Evaluate our work in a clear and honest way so that we are held to account and continually strive to improve

 

  • Enhance and support the development of excellence for all pupils with special educational needs and disabilities in a local, national and international context

 

Our strapline is ‘Reach for Success.’ This encapsulates our commitment to offer challenging learning experiences and celebrate each pupil’s achievements and progress.

 

 

 

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