Developing confident and capable individuals in a structured, nurturing school.
In light of the recent Government guidance relating to school closures as a result of the preventative strategy for containing the spread of the Coronavirus, you will be aware the government wishes those schools working with children and young people with EHCP`s and/or children with social workers, to try and remain open. Therefore, the Kedleston Group will continue to operate Arc School Old Arley through until the Easter Holidays.
LA Statement - Arc School Old Arley
Parent Statement - Arc School Old Arley
Online Learning Resources
A day in the life of Jenna, who attends Arc School Old Arley. Follow how we have learnt so much about what autism is like for her...........
Our school provides a safe learning environment for children and young people with a wide range of varying needs including social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH), autism (ASC), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attachment difficulties (AD).
The spacious school environment is bright and welcoming with a variety of different learning spaces inside and outside.
Our mission is to develop confident and capable individuals by meeting their educational, health and social needs in a structured, nurturing school. We aim to equip all children and young people with the necessary life skills, academic or vocational qualifications and emotional intelligence to succeed in life. This is delivered by a committed and supportive team, utilising a well-resourced and developed curriculum.
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Today the school is joining Chester Zoo who are having a 'Virtual Tour' Day.........
Arc School Old Arley, Kedleston Group News
Everyone made such an effort to dress the part.........
Additional teaching and learning space for Key Stage 2!
Adam joined Arc School Old Arley two years ago having previously been educated in a residential...
Amelia joined Arc School Old Arley in Year 6 having been supported in an alternative provision...
“The school is centred on my son’s individual needs, he enjoys going to school.”
“My child is learning to focus on the curriculum and her social skills are improving.”
“I find the education my son receives is 100%. You understand him and his needs and have improved his confidence a lot.”
“There is understanding that every child learns in a different way.”
Old Arley, Ansley, Nuneaton, CV7 8NU
Headteacher: Victoria Bates