Welcome

Welcome to our Website.  Mill Ford is a school for children and young adults with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties, including pupils with complex medical needs and autistic spectrum conditions. Safeguarding children and young people is paramount in all we do, so that children and young people can learn and thrive in a safe environment.

Mill Ford is a friendly, child-centered school that offers a broad and balanced National Curriculum. We place a strong emphasis on developing student's communication, social skills, physical development and independence in a nurturing environment, where pupils feel able to take risks.

We value every child and young person as an individual and are proud of all they achieve.

I do hope that you enjoy our website and if you are interested in finding out more please contact us and ask to speak to myself or my deputy, Simon Payne.

Claire Wills

Headteacher

Latest School Calendar Events

Mill Ford Friends AGM05Dec2016

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm @ Post 16 Meeting Room

All parents, carers, and Friends of Mill Ford School are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting

Christmas Concert: Primary13Dec2016

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm @ School Hall

Parents/Carers of Primary aged pupils are invited to attend the special Christmas Assembly

Christmas Concert - Secondary15Dec2016

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm @ School Hall

Parents/carers of Secondary age pupils are invited to attend

Last Day of Term16Dec2016

Happy Christmas Holiday everyone!

Awards Assembly - Primary16Dec2016

10:00 am - 11:00 am @ School Hall

Parents/carers of Primary aged pupils are invited to attend at 10 am

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 Ethos, Values & Vision

 

At Mill Ford School we provide a happy, positive and secure working environment in which we motivate pupils to succeed. It is our aim that every child and young person at Mill Ford:

 

Has a voice and is able to express their wants and needs

 

Has friends and the opportunity to build relationships, feel valued and respected

 

Has a contribution to make as we believe each of our pupils has something to give and we support them to be helpful citizens

 

Achieves.  It is our aim that all our pupils exceed expectations

This vision was drawn up following consultation with Stakeholders including:

  • Pupils
  • Parent
  • Governors
  • Staff

For more information about our vision please see our Plan on a Page