The Court School is indeed a very special school. It is more than a school, and has a very friendly ethos that encourages good behaviour and a positive attitude to learning. The school caters for up to 35 children from throughout the City and County of Cardiff. The children are of Primary school age (5-11). These children have special educational needs in the form of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties; many of whom also experience learning difficulties, and some have very complex special needs. One of the aims of the school is to help suitable pupils overcome their difficulties and return to mainstream education. This is not a realistic objective for ALL pupils, but providing opportunities for each pupil to achieve their potential is a primary aim.
The school has five teachers plus a Deputy and Headteacher. There are 13 Teaching Assistants who support the children's learning. This experienced, dedicated and professional team are committed to providing the best possible learning and teaching environment for some of the City's most vulnerable and disadvantaged young children, as well as providing opportunities to enhance their self-esteem and develop their social skills and independence. Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.
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