Our originally scheduled Inset (teacher training) day on Monday 22nd February 2021 has been cancelled. Therefore, pupils will attend school as per normal. 247 taxis have been informed.
The last day of term 3 is Friday 12th February 2021.
Classes will resume for term 4 on Monday 22nd February 2021.
RE: Coronavirus: End of term planning for schools
On Tuesday afternoon (8th December), the DfE updated its Coronavirus guidance to schools. The updated guidance is about end of term planning and arrangements schools need to make in order to support NHS contact tracing services during the holiday.
In order to help us understand how our parents and carers felt about our response to the Covid-19 pandemic and to help us plan for any potential further need for home learning, please could you spend a few moments completing this short survey. https://forms.gle/Q9WR72xaxKs27p288
Saxon Mount School is committed to the Quality in Careers standard. We will be applying for re-accreditation this year. This is part of the schools ongoing commitment to ensure we provide the best possible careers programme for our pupils.
"I can say without hesitation that sending Lily to Saxon Mount was the single best decision we have ever made. She has been on a long and difficult journey but the road ahead is much smoother now."
Camille and James Morris have three daughters: Alex is 18, Georgia 14 and Lily is 12. Lily has recently joined Saxon Mount Community School and is in Year 7.
"It is quite clear that both schools provide outstanding opportunities for pupils...None of this would be possible without the total engagement of all staff, teaching and non-teaching and the persistent support of the governing body in the shaping and development of the young people."
Craig Pamphilon, School External Advisor Annual Report July 2019
Saxon Mount Community Special School caters for children and young people who have a range of Special Educational Needs (SEN).
Saxon Mount is designated by the local authority as a special school for pupils with autism and associated Communication and Language Difficulties (ACLD). In practice this means a large number of our children have ASD. However a significant number of pupils also have speech, language and communication difficulties and other complex SEN. Saxon Mount provides a supportive, stable and friendly environment for learning. The school has been awarded National Autistic Society accreditation for its work.
We hope that you find all the information required within our website. However if you do have further questions or would like to talk to a member of staff, please do not hesitate to contact our school office who will be happy to help you.