• Farney Close School

    Farney Close School is an independent residential special school with charitable status for boys and girls aged 9 to 18, who are experiencing Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties (SEMH). The school also supports pupils whose wellbeing is affected by Asperger or Tourettes Syndrome, Moderate Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia or moderate Speech and Language Difficulties.
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All pupils at the school receive their entitled full national curriculum and as they move into years 10 & 11 there are a range of options that lead to GCSE and other recognised qualifications.

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housesAlthough we recognise that our houses can never replace the homes and families of our pupils, it is very important to us that we create a warm, homely environment that makes pupils feel safe and cared for.

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cedars200The school’s sixth form is there to further develop the independent skills of the young people, helping them to become much more ready and able to sustain a work or college placement.

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As well as providing a range of quality educational trips and activities, we also offer a wealth of evening activities both on and off site, which can include trips such as; Cinema, Bowling, Laser Quest, Swimming and Bush Craft.

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vocational bannerAs pupils progress into years 10 and 11, they will begin courses that relate to vocational studies. The aim here is to develop the types of skills, knowledge and understanding that may be useful either in employment in trades and services after school and college, or just as important, DIY skills that help to save money and bring creative satisfaction.

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