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    Our Supportive Learning

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    Our School Building

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    Grounds of our School

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    Our Modern Classrooms

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    Our Modern Classrooms

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    Our Outdoor Area

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    Our School Building

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    Our School Building

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    Our School Building

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    Our School Entrance

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    School Reception Area

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    Social Area

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Our aims & principles, from our prospectus
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Report from our most recent inspection
Term & Holiday Dates
2014-2015 school holiday dates

Welcome to Beatrice Tate School

I am pleased to write these few words of welcome on behalf of the pupils, staff and governors.

Beatrice Tate is a secondary special school for pupils with severe learning difficulties and profound and multiple learning difficulties. There is a clear focus on the continuous improvement of the quality of teaching, learning and assessment. Pupil outcomes continue to be outstanding and achievement is celebrated in a pupil-centred teaching and learning environment. From each different starting point, the proportion of pupils making and exceeding expected progress in English and mathematics is high compared with national figures. There are no statistical differences for any group of pupils.

Whilst starting a new school can be challenging, you can be confident we will do everything to make the transfer as stress free as possible. The website has been designed to help you find out more about the school, what is expected of pupils and how parents and teachers can work together in partnership so that pupils are safe and make outstanding progress towards their learning objectives.

Obviously, no website will tell you everything you need to know about a school, so please visit the school and meet the pupils and staff.

Alan Black

Headteacher

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