Admissions

The referral and admission route to the PRU varies according to the category of pupil.

Primary Pupils:

Referral and admission is via one of the following:

  • Primary BAP (for the preventative programmes)
  • SEN department at the Local Authority (for the 8 places for pupils with a statement/Education, Health and Care Plan which names the PRU)
  • Permanent exclusion from a mainstream school – the Local Authority refers the child to us for Day 6 provision
  • Alternatives to permanent exclusion – the Local Authority works hard to avoid/prevent any child being permanently excluded.  Cases are raised via the meetings of the Primary Behaviour and Attendance Partnership (BAP) or from direct consultation with Ellen Mulvihill (Head of the Behaviour and Attendance Partnership).

 

 

Secondary Pupils:

 Referral and admission is via one of the following:

  • Permanent exclusion from a mainstream school – the LA refers the child to us for Day 6 provision
  • Alternatives to permanent exclusion – the Local Authority works hard to avoid/prevent any child being permanently excluded. Cases are raised via the meetings of the Secondary Behaviour and Attendance Partnership (BAP) or from direct consultation with Ellen Mulvihill (Head of the Behaviour and Attendance Partnership).

 

 Following a referral from the BAP  a multi-agency planning meeting will be held  and then parents/carers and the child will be invited to attend an interview to discuss admission to the PRU. 

The documentation below will be shared with pupils and parents/carers at the interview:

e-Safety Rules – whole school (new March 13)

Parent Consent Form KS3-KS4 2012

Parent Consent Form KS2 2012

PRU Home School Agreement

Privacy Notice

Interview Registration Form for all locations March 13

Taxi rules – Primary

PRU Comments and Complaints Policy Summary