Corbets Tey School
Corbets Tey School is a special school for students with Complex Learning Difficulties. Children and young people between the ages of 4 and 19 can attend.
Corbets Tey School – Our Vision
To strive to have a learning culture where we aspire for success for every member, where thinking, problem solving and risk taking are encouraged. A journey to success where barriers are only hurdles to be overcome and challenges stimulate our learning. We are committed to giving our best in all we do to ensure our children are prepared for the future, both through engaging, meaningful education and by developing confidence, self-belief and resilience. We will create a community where values are shared and respect is integral; a community where each individual is understood, nurtured, kept safe and celebrated. We value working with parents and are committed to effective partnerships. We will reflect and research to ensure we constantly move forward in giving our children equal opportunities and the highest quality education that they deserve. Corbets Tey School - Committed To Success
Who to contact
- 01708 225 888
Where to go
Harwood Hall Lane
- RM14 2YQ
- Other notes
Corbets Tey School has a range of specialist equipment and facilities including:
- Learning Resource Centre with Parent Resource Library
- Hydrotherapy pool
- Soft play area
- Sensory Equipment
- Sensory Playground
- Hoists, changing room and other adaptations
- Accessible playground equipment
- Internal lift to upper floor
Students can access individualised swimming programmes created by the swimming teacher. Swimming takes place in the school's on-site hydrotherapy pool.
Speech and Language Therapists, Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists visit the school to assess children and provide programmes for the class teacher to implement.
Parents and carers are asked to engage with the child's learning programme and any therapist programmes to support learning in all environments.
The Family Practitioner Team organises weekly coffee sessions for parents and a Parent Resource Library provides resources and learning support. A weekly newsletter keeps parents and carers informed about events and the work of the school. The school's Parent and Friends Association provides a great deal of funding for equipment, facilities and a range of social activities for pupils and their families.
This service is inspected by Ofsted or the Independent Schools Inspectorate
- Ofsted URN
- Latest Ofsted Report
Latest Ofsted Report Inspection Date Rating Publication Date 24/01/2013 Good 14/02/2013
Ofsted Inspection Report 2018
- Local Offer Age Bands