Achieving our Teaching School designation in February 2015, we are now of one of 765 Teaching Schools in England. Approximately 90 of these are special school teaching schools (July 2016).
Our local partnership comprises six special schools and a pupil referral unit. Winchester University and Southampton City Council alongside other local mainstream primary and secondary partners form part of our wider alliance. Southampton Inclusion Partnership supports mainstream and special schools to develop provision for pupils with SEND.
The lead school for our partnership is Springwell School, a community special school for primary aged children with complex learning difficulties. Ofsted rated Springwell outstanding in the two most recent inspections.
Our Strategic Partners
Transitional, full time education and support for learners from 5 to 16 years who are not accessing mainstream schools.
Great Oaks School
A secondary school for young people with a range of complex learning difficulties.
Rosewood Free School
A school for pupils aged 2 to 19 years with profound and multiple learning difficulties.
Springwell School (Lead School)
A primary school for children aged from 4 – 11 years with complex learning difficulties.
A primary school for children aged 7-11 with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.