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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 pupil’s behaviour, parents will be advised that the child will be admitted for a trial period of one term. A visit to the child’s existing school will also be made wherever possible.

News

  • Second for The Unicorn Football Team

    Congratulations to The Unicorn Football Team, who came second in their group in the 6 a side tournament at Our Lady’s Abingdon on 24-3-14.

  • Food Friday

    Jacob, Callum, Ned, Alfie, Rose and Lily delivered this week’s produce donated by the children, teachers and parents.

  • Food Friday

    Yet another succesful delivery to the food bank.

Upcoming Events

  • Upper School Residential
    All the children in Willow, Lime, Beech and Redwood are already looking forward to the upper school residential to East Dene in the Isle of Wight.