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ABOUT US

WORKING TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS FOR ALL

Beaufort School is a community day special school for 86 primary aged children (2-11 years) with severe and complex learning difficulties. The school is situated four miles to the east of Birmingham City Centre. Pupils who come to Beaufort travel from various areas of the city on education transport.  We are committed to ensuring the best possible education for our pupils and maintain strong community links. We collaborate closely with our federated partner, Langley School and our co-located partner, Colebourne Primary School; working together to achieve success for all.

All children who attend Beaufort School have an Education, Health and Care Plan, which is issued following a full assessment involving a range of professionals. Referrals to the school are usually made through ‘SENAR’, the Special Educational Needs Assessment Service, but informal approaches to the school are welcomed. We are occasionally able to offer a limited number of ‘assessment’ places whilst the statementing or EHC assessment process is undertaken.

The heart of our school is based around the needs of our children.  Whilst we acknowledge that all of our children are different, a core set of the school’s values is represented by The Beaufort Child document (below), which forms a starting point for everything we do in our school.

The Beaufort Child - Highlighting the Key School Values

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ADMISSIONS

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To find out more information about the admissions policy at Beaufort School or to arrange a tour of the school, please contact the school office here. Below you will find a step-by-step process of how the admissions policy is in use. As Beaufort School is located in the East of Birmingham, we follow the school admissions policies as documented by Birmingham City Council. For more information on the school admissions policy, please click here to visit the Birmingham City Council school admission rules and guidelines.