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Admissions Policy

The school requires an assessment from an educational psychologist stating the primary need of the pupil is a specific learning difficulty. In the majority of cases this is dyslexia. The school will also provide for dyspraxic pupils and for dyscalculic pupils.

As secondary needs, speech and language differences, visual or hearing difficulties, physical disabilities and ADD can be provided for on site and with advice from other agencies.

The Unicorn School operates a strictly first come first served basis. However, the Unicorn reserves the right not to admit pupils with behaviour problems which will interfere with or detract from the right of other children to learn and play in peace and safety.

When there is any doubt about a prospective pupilís behaviour, parents will be advised that the child will be admitted for a trial period of one term. A visit to the childís existing school will also be made wherever possible.

News

  • Festive Fun at The Unicorn School

    What a festive fortnight we have had at The Unicorn School! On Wednesday 3rd December we opened our doors to parents and children alike for the annual Unicorn School Christmas Fair.

  • Oak Class Produce Wonderful Work

    This term Oak class have been working hard on building Mayan Temples, as part of their topic work on The Mayans.

  • Fruit and Vegetable Alliteration

    There was a veritable variety of vegetables at The Unicorn School this week, as Redwood class created personified veg sculptures as part of their Fruit and Vegetable Alliteration project.

Upcoming Events

  • School Open Morning

    We are delighted to welcome prospective parents to our school open morning, on Tuesday 17th March 2015, from 9am until 12pm.