On Wednesday 27 April, the staff and pupils of Access School will welcome Family Care board members for the day as development plans for the school are refined.
Sarah Whatling, Head Teacher of Access School and the driving force behind many positive developments recently, said she was looking forward to organising the day. “It’s exciting to be able to welcome the directors for the day. We have organised tours lead by the pupils, Q&A sessions, workshops, drop in sessions and presentations. There will be an opportunity for everyone to take part and have their say to ensure that when the school develops, it develops with us.”
Phil Williamson, Co-Owner of Family Care said “We are delighted to be spending the day at Access School, listening to the views of those that make this school the gem that it is, particularly the staff and pupils. I’m excited to hear about the ideas the school team and pupils are having about education, we are determined to ensure we go about implementing them as quickly as we can.”
Access School is an independent SEBD school for 20 pupils. The school has developed an excellent reputation for supporting children and young people back into a classroom environment and for delivering academic success for young people that have found learning in mainstream education difficult. Access School is in high demand; currently full with a pending registration increase to 25 pupils.