Providing primary children with the stepping stones they need to be prepared for learning in the future.
Children come to us because we offer a bespoke environment which benefits children whose special educational needs cannot be met in a mainstream setting.
Our primary school provides a safe learning environment for children and young people with educational and social needs which are associated with the challenges of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), attachment disorder (AD), autism (ASC), dyslexia and dyspraxia. Some children have social emotional and mental health needs. (SEMH).
Our vision is to produce a creative community of reflective learners where traditional British values are actively promoted.
We aim to;
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“There is solid and effective communication from the school with a friendly “open door” policy.”
“L has made some good progress and he really enjoys going to school. I am very pleased and very happy for my son. Thank you to all the staff and teachers.“
"This is the first time my son has been settled in a school. Arc School Napton do an amazing job."
"I have no hesitation in recommending Arc School Napton. I think it is an amazing place filled with an amazing Headteacher and staff. My son is exceeding expectations and is nearly where he should be. He has moved up classes twice since he started. Very happy"
Vicarage Road, Napton on the Hill, Southam, Warwickshire CV47 8NA
Headteacher: Ange Heyes