What’s special about Clarendon
Clarendon is a day community special school for pupils aged 4-16 with moderate learning difficulties and additional complex needs (including Autism). There are places for 100 young people, usually in classes of around 12. Our team work together to provide the best education and pastoral care to ensure that Clarendon is a place of learning for everyone. This is achieved through:
To be a centre of excellence where all pupils are supported and challenged to:
- Achieve their full potential in their academic, social, creative, personal, physical and moral development.
- Grow in confidence and become as independent as possible.
- Make a positive contribution to the school and the wider community, in which they are valued as individuals.
Our philosophy is that pupils will flourish and achieve their full potential when they are taught:
- In a nurturing, safe and engaging environment.
- With consistently excellent, engaging and progressive teaching and learning opportunities for all.
- A broad and innovative curriculum which enriches the experience of our pupils.
- And provided with opportunities for life-long learning, growing independence and to be valued members of society.
Clarendon officially became an academy on 1st October 2016. Along with Strathmore School, we now make up The Auriga Academy Trust. Becoming a ‘Multi-Academy Trust’ (MAT) under the direction of a Trust Board will enable both schools to benefit from economies of scale and encourage us to work in great partnership.