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Welcome to Ickburgh School

About us

Ickburgh School offers post-16 provision for students with learning difficulties which currently consists of two base classes. Ickburgh is proud to be “individual” in its approach. Each student has an individual assessment to ensure that their individual learning needs are met, and their current skill level is taken into account. The courses then offered are tailored to the needs of each student. We aim to enable students to reach their full potential. Emphasis is placed on developing independence skills. During their three years in the Student Centre, all students will have a work experience placement, some in external provision, and some in role play. All students participate in mini enterprise activities delivered in school. Creative skills and sporting achievement are also valued and encouraged. Student achievement is currently accredited through the ASDAN (Award Scheme Development and Accreditation Network). This is a national body which offers courses to all abilities at a range of different levels. The Student Centre is proud to acknowledge the achievements of all of its students either through “Towards Independence” or the “Bronze Award.” All students and their families are given the opportunity to work with a connexions adviser in order to plan for their future needs. Many students leave the Student Centre with places at college. During their final year they follow a link programme with the college as a preparation for the next stage of their lives.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Ickburgh School directly.

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