As an alternative provision, we work with students in KS3 and KS4 from the Craven and Harrogate areas of
North Yorkshire as well as some from other local authorities who have been permanently excluded from mainstream education or require additional support and alternative provision in order to meet
their needs and prevent permanent exclusion.
We believe all our students have some degree of special educational need or disability (SEND).
The staff team endeavour to make provision for these individual needs accordingly.
Craven PRS is a fully inclusive learning environment which works towards developing successful individuals and supports students to achieve
their potential - personally, socially, emotionally, academically and physically.
and currently Acting SENDCO - Mrs. C. Robertson
Governor - Mrs. F. McMillan
should be made through the school office: either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 01756 630495
Click here for the latest SEND policy and SEND Inforrmation Reports
SEND Local Offer
The North Yorkshire Local Offer can be found at:
The Directory of Alternative Provision can be found at:
The NYCC Strategic plan for SEND education provision can be found at:
North Yorkshire’s Special Educational Needs (SEN) Service is situated in County Hall. The main work of the service is to co-ordinate statutory
assessment procedures, and to arrange for appropriate special educational provision to be put in place for children and young people with Statements of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health
& Care Plans and to keep them under review.
If you think your child has Special Educational Needs you should contact the SEN Team on 01609 780780, or your child’s school. If you would like further advice regarding
Special Educational Needs, you can contact the Special Educational Needs Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) on: 01609 536923 or find out more information at http://sendiassnorthyorkshire.co.uk/
We are a collective voice for parents of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). We are a growing voluntary
organisation run by a management committee of volunteer parent carers and supported by a part time paid member of staff based at North Yorkshire & York Forum.
Website address is http://www.nypact.co.uk/
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