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Newcastle Schools Provision

Newcastle Schools Provision

Newcastle Schools

You can find contact details of all schools in Newcastle, along with their admissions arrangements and links to Ofsted reports, on the Newcastle website.

Special Schools

School

Age range

Hadrian School 3 - 11
Newcastle Bridges School 2 - 19
Sir Charles Parsons School 11 - 19
Thomas Bewick School 2 - 19
Trinity Academy 7 - 19

Additional Resourced Provision (ARPS)

An ARP is an additionally funded specialist provision based in a mainstream school. It provides teaching and support staff with specialist knowledge, skills and expertise in a particular area of SEND.

A request for a place will be made by the pupil’s school, in consultation with parents, and placement will be subject to a decision made by the local authority. An ARP is an integral part of the school. Pupils will have specialist input from the ARP but will also participate in the wider life of the school with time in mainstream lessons, appropriate to their need

Early Years Assessment

Bridgewater ARP - Koalas

Cheviot Early Years Assessment ARP

Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)

Cheviot SEMH ARP

Hawthorn Primary School SEMH ARP
North Fawdon Early Years & Key Stage 1 Nurture ARP

West Walker SEMH ARP

Speech and Language ARPs

Atkinson Road Primary Academy ARP

Kenton School Speech and Language ARP

Welbeck Primary Academy Speech and Language ARP

Communication and Interaction

Atkinson Road Primary School

Kenton Bar Primary Communication Centre

Tyneview Primary School

Kenton School

Benfield School ARP (Cherrywood)

Walbottle Academy

Physical Disability

Kingston Park Primary ARP

Benfield School Additionally Resourced Centre

Visual Impairment

Regent Farm First School

Gosforth Junior High VI ARP

Gosforth Academy VI ARP

Hearing Impairment

Broadwood Primary HIARP

Benton Park Primary HIARP

Jesmond Park Academy ARP for Severe/Profound Hearing Impairment