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(UK) Pembrokeshire: New facility for "complex needs" in planning

Dec 12, 2021, Pembrokeshire Western Telegraph: Tenby's Greenhill School in line for specialist facility for pupils with complex needs

SW of Wales Tenby’s Greenhill School could be next in line for a specialist facility for pupils with complex needs as a statutory consultation is approved. Pembrokeshire County Council approved a recommendation that the director of education Steven Richards-Downes be authorised to undertake statutory consultation on establishing a learning resource centre (LRC) at the south county school. A LRC would support pupils with complex needs and autistic spectrum conditions with specialist teachers and support staff with expertise in meeting the specific needs of learners, with a “deficit in provision in the secondary phase” currently…. The council ‘vision’ for improving education includes a need to implement new additional learning needs reform with the proposal “supportive of these priorities.” A final decision on the proposal could be made by July 2022, following consultations and reporting of findings.


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