Registered Charity No: 1092798
The Birtenshaw Group is a Social Enterprise business. That means that there are no shareholders and all profit is reinvested to enhance services or develop new ones. We are committed to Transforming Lives for children and young adults with special educational needs and disability (SEND).
Birtenshaw School Bolton is a non-maintained special school for young people aged 3 to 19 years old with Special Education Needs and/or Disability. Our vision is to “Transform Lives” by ensuring that pupils receive the same learning and social opportunities as other children; which we achieve by providing facilities and a creative curriculum tailored to meet their needs.
Registered Charity No: 1176826
Birtenshaw School Merseyside is a non-maintained special school for young people aged 3 to 19 years old with Special Education Needs and/or Disability. Our vision is to “Transform Lives” by ensuring that pupils receive the same learning and social opportunities as other children; which we achieve by providing facilities and a creative curriculum tailored to meet their needs.
Birtenshaw College provides specialist further education for young people aged between 16 and 25 with physical disability, including complex health needs and / or learning disability, including Autism Spectrum Conditions.
The College was established in 2014 in response to the lack of local further education opportunities for young adults with a disability who are over the age of 19 and have difficulty in accessing mainstream college courses because of the level of support they need.
Birtenshaw Children’s Care Services are provided for children with a physical disability, complex health needs and a learning disability including Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Birtenshaw Adult Care Services are provided for young adults from the age of 18 through our two main areas of Adult Supported Tenancies and the Enrichment Service. They are available to young adults who have a physical disability, including complex health needs and / or a learning disability, including Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Here at Birtenshaw we believe that every young person has the right and ability to communicate. We follow the Means, Reasons & Opportunities model (Money & Thurman, 1994).
Birtenshaw has a fleet of vehicles ranging from standard cars, people carriers, small mini-buses and larger mini-buses with wheel chair facilities.
Birtenshaw has a team of Gym and Activities instructors that deliver sport in the school, college, Enrichment, Children’s homes and in the community.
SEN Information Report 2018/19
SEN Information Report 2019/20
Ofsted Report 2018
E Safety Policy 2020
Accessibility Plan 2020
Administration and Control of Medication Policy 2020
Admissions Policy 2020
Appraisal Policy 2020
Assessment Policy 2020
Attendance Policy 2020
Autism Policy 2020
Behaviour Policy 2020
Careers and ASDAN Policy 2020
Community and Educational Visits Policy 2020
Complaints Policy 2020
Data Protection Policy 2020
Counter Bullying Policy 2020
Examinations and External Accreditations 2020
First Aid Policy 2020
Invacuation Policy 2020
Quality Assurance Policy 2020
Risk Assessment Policy 2020
SEN Policy 2020
Sex Relationship Education Policy 2020
Supporting Learners with a Medical Condition Policy 2020
Teaching and Learning Policy 2020
Transition and Induction Policy 2020
Health and Safety Policy 2020
Personal Care Policy 2020
Curriculum Policy 2020-21
Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy 2020
EYFS Policy Statement 2020
Safeguarding Policy 2020
Term Dates 2020/21
Birtenshaw School, Merseyside
Birtenshaw School (Bolton)
Birtenshaw School (Merseyside)
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Birtenshaw College (Bolton)
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