Wansdyke School has one class per year group, and all classes have approximately 30 children in them, apart from the Resource Base which has places for 24 children (moving to 28 from September).
Wansdyke School is one of the few schools across Wiltshire that also offer provision to children with Statements of SEN or Educational Health Care Plans (EHCPs) who are identified as having complex learning needs that may not be able to be met through usual mainstream provision. This provision can only be accessed through the decision making process at Wiltshire Council’s Special Educational Needs Panel and the Annual Review Process. Admission to Wansdyke School does not fast track a pupil to the Resource Base provision.
There are currently 232 children on role at Wansdyke, 24 of whom attend the Resource Base provision.
Wansdyke School is currently supporting learners, across mainstream and the Complex Needs Resource Base, with a variety of needs including speech and language difficulties, visual impairments, hearing impairments, physical impairments, global developmental delay, Autism Spectrum Condition, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Dyslexia and other learning difficulties
Please follow the below link to view all of our policies, including our SEND Policy: