Ofsted Information

What we offer

We offer any young people ages 8-16 the ability to learn and develop in a supportive and individual centred setting. We have the experience and expertise in providing education for those who have been identified to have a special educational needs, social emotional behavioural difficulties or those with mild learning difficulties the opportunity to succeed. We have extensive experience in working with looked after children who are unable to access mainstream education. As a school we follow the National Curriuclum but also have the ability to specialise our curriculum offer to the needs of the individual. 

Our school provision offers a stable, support and nurturing educational placements for children and young people who are deemed to be unable to maintain a positive experience in mainstream educational settings or other providers. Over the past dedacde Penarth Group School has successfully worked with young people who would otherwise have left education with little opportunities but had fulled their potential leaving with recognised GCSE's and qualifications. 

Referral and Admission Process

The school welcomes refferals from local authorities, schools and parents. In the first instance you should contact the school office and speak with the headteacher. Following the initial contact please then send all relevant documents and requests via email. These documents will help decide if our school can meet the needs of the young person. If a place at the school is offered, the relevant parties will be invited to the school for an intergration meeting and final arrangements made.