Whilst we welcome privately funded learners, most pupils who attend Corseford are funded by their Local Authority and as a result, they are the primary decision-makers on whether a learner is eligible to attend Corseford.
There is a five-step admissions process to Corseford, this begins with your council reviewing whether we can support a learner, and the rationale as to why the learner should attend Corseford rather than their local authority school.
Council review the evidence and rationale behind attending Corseford and make a decision on whether to proceed with the placement.
We’ll welcome you for a visit to see if our school suits you, exploring our facilities together.
Once suitability is agreed, our team will carry out a robust assessment of the young person and provide an Assessment Report detailing how we will meet your education and therapy needs.
You’ll complete a Placing Request with your Local Authority, our Assessment Report will provide them with necessary information on suitability, your Educational Psychologist is well placed to help you.
The Local Authority will then consider your placing request. If accepted, the young person would then join Corseford School. If not, you can appeal their decision, which may result in a Placing Request Tribunal.
We Are Here to Support Your Family
This process may seem daunting, but our Admissions Team at Corseford School will support you in any way they can. Please do get in touch with any questions you may have or to simply find out more about our School.
Give us a call or drop us an email at any time, we are here to help.