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Details and locations of special schools, find out about a particular special school/proposals, special school nurseries and options for your special needs child.
Where can I find details of all the special schools in the East Riding?
A list of all the special schools in the East Riding of Yorkshire is available to download from the East Riding of Yorkshire School and Nursery Finder:
You can download a printable list of schools or search using various criteria such as key words, type of school, location etc.
Using the East Riding of Yorkshire School and Nursery Finder you can find out schools' web and email addresses, term dates and other contact details.
Where can I find a the location of special schools in the East Riding?
The East Riding of Yorkshire School and Nursery Finder allows you to search for schools by location.
The results of the search will give you schools' web and email addresses, term dates and other contact details.
Where do I go to find out about a particular school?
You should speak to the Headteacher to find out all about the school using the East Riding of Yorkshire School and Nursery Finder to get their contact details. You can check how well the school is performing by using the Ofsted website to search for the school.
You can compare the school's test results using the performance table via the web link below.
What do I do if my child has special needs and I want them to attend a nursery in a special school?
You should contact the headteacher at the special school who will consider your application using the policy available to download below.
What are the options for my special needs child when he/she reaches school age?
Children with special educational needs will be admitted to schools in accordance with the Government's code of practice on school admissions and code of practice on special educational needs.
Wherever possible, children with special educational needs attend their local mainstream school, although in some cases it is recognised that specialist provision is more appropriate. All parents of pupils with statements of special educational needs can express a preference for the school they would like their children to attend.
Information about special schools and a booklet setting out the provisions made by the authority for children with special educational needs are available on request from the Special Educational Needs section.
Tel: (01482) 394000