Daventry Hill School is a new co-educational all-through (4-18) school for pupils with special educational needs in Daventry. The school is open to pupils in all age groups. The school will grow each year until full in 2019 with a total of 175 children.
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Find out where the school is located and the best route to get here. Location ›
Our vision and ethos for your children’s education is vitally important to us. Vision & Ethos ›
Why choose Daventry Hill School?
The The school will provide education for pupils with a wide range of learning difficulties from moderate to severe. All pupils will have additional needs that may include: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), Physical Needs (PD) or Sensory Needs (HI/VI). We educate the children and young people so that they are fully ready for the next stage of their adult life, and see no limits to what they might achieve.
Daventry Hill School ensures that your child’s school provides a learning environment that sees and values them as a unique individual.
We provide teachers and support staff who know your child and can help them to achieve success and reach their potential.
We make sure that your child does not fade into the background and become invisible, but is instead part of a group where their contribution will be valued and noticed.
We provide your child with opportunities to explore a wide range of subjects outside of traditional academic lessons, as well as experiencing the ‘world of work’ as appropriate.
We use our experience to ensure that your child is confident and ready for the next stage in their education and ultimately onto further and higher education, training and employment opportunities.
We make it our personal responsibility to provide guidance and support for your child so that they can learn effectively and make wise decisions about their future as they grow towards adulthood.
We help you to be as supportive as possible by communicating regularly, and by giving you easy access to as much information about your child’s education at school as we possibly can.