Admission arrangements:

Student placement with our Service is as a result of a permanent exclusion, an agreed managed move or through a dual register arrangement with a local school. We also admit young people who are new to the area who are referred via the In Year Fair Access Panel from the local authority.  We work pro-actively with our students to assist their return to mainstream provision. 

Educational Diversity takes the lead in a Behaviour Partnership with Blackpool high schools to take a collective responsibility for young people within our town and to reduce the number of students who are at risk of exclusion.  The Partnership meets once a month, chaired by the Deputy Headteacher for Educational Diversity.  During these meetings, colleagues work collaboratively to manage the needs of individual students, which may in agreement with parents /carers, result in a managed move for a young person to another school or a placement within the Pupil Referral Unit.  The Partnership also provides opportunity to share good practice and develop joint working across the town.

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Telephone
01253 476660
Address
Bathurst Avenue, Blackpool, FY3 7RJ
Email
wendy.casson@eddiversity.blackpool.sch.uk

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