Isle of Wight Schools Contact List
We have put together a contact list for all the schools on the Isle of Wight for you to download. This list contains the following detials for each school/college.:
- Headteachers’ names,
- postal addresses,
- telephone numbers,
- email addresses.
The list will be updated on a regular basis and is saved as a 'PDF' file format.
Open or download a copy of the Schools Contact List (PDF, 210KB, 5 pages).
To obtain the contact details for a specific school or education establishment on the Isle of Wight please browse the list below. Select the link for the appropriate school or establishment.
All Isle of Wight providers will use their best endeavours and adopt a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs. Schools are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school. All schools are supported to be as proactive and inclusive as possible. The needs of pupils with a Special Educational Need/s should be being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible, and where families want this to happen.
As part of this process all schools on the Island are completing an SEN information report. This provides their arrangements for:
- Admission of disabled children,
- the steps being taken to prevent disabled children being treated less favourably than others,
- the facilities provided to enable access to the school for disabled children,
- their accessibility plan showing how they plan to improve access progressively over time,
Select the links below to view the main school website and their Special Education Needs information.
Primary Schools - Schools for Pupils Aged 4 to 11 Years
Secondary Schools - Schools for Pupils Aged 11 to 19 Years
All-through Schools - Schools for Pupils Aged 4 to 16 Years
| # Denotes school offers specialist provision - please see 'Specialist Provision' heading below
Special Schools - Special Schools for Pupils Aged 4 to 11 Years and 11 Years Upwards
Referral Units / Tuition Centres
Working in conjunction with other professionals, Tuition Centres give support to children who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to attend school. The service aims to ensure that pupils return and re-integrate into school as soon as possible. In 2014, Clatterford Tuition Centre and Thompson House Tuition Centre moved sites and are now both located at The Island Learning Centre but their provision continues to remain separate.
The following main stream schools offers specialist provision as follows. For further details please contact the schools directly.
|Brading Primary School has a unit that offers specialist provision for children with ASD= Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Greenmount Primary School has a unit called Greenhaven and offers specialist provision for children with ASD= Autistic Spectrum Disorder and SLCN = Speech, Language & Communication Needs.
Hunnyhill Primary School has a unit which offers specialist provision for children with SEMH = Social, Emotional and Mental Health.
St Francis Primary School has a unit that offers specialist provision for children with ASD= Autistic Spectrum Disorder and SLCN = Speech, Language & Communication Needs.
The Bay CE School has a unit called The Cove which offers specialist provision for children with ASD = Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
Carisbrooke College has a unit called Einstein and offers specialist provision for children with ASD = Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
|Medina College has a unit called Aspire which offers specialist provision for children with SEMH = Social, Emotional and Mental Health.