We provide a unique special education for children and young people aged between 7 and 16
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.
As we now reach the Easter holiday break, we can confirm that all of the schools remain open both to support any children who continue to require access to school, specifically where parents have identified themselves as ‘key workers’ and to new referrals.
Olsen Curriculum Statement in the light of Coronavirus
Olsen House School - Easter Holiday Update
Children and young people from diverse backgrounds come to the school because they cannot continue in mainstream education for various reasons.
Our school provides a safe learning environment for pupils with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) with associated needs including deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism (ASC), moderate and specific learning difficulties (LD).
The school aims to prepare children and young people for the future through a modern curriculum that meets their individual needs and provides ‘an honest environment’ where every young person is valued and supported.
There is also a specific part of the school, called the Olsen House Bluebird Unit which supports young people who may have a primary diagnosis of autism.
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“The school curriculum is rich and interesting, with a good focus on literacy and numeracy."
“The strong leadership of the Headteacher, ably supported by the deputy Headteacher, has created a clear vision and direction in driving the school forward.”
“Thank you for all your support and hard work while supporting my child.”
Year 10 Parent
“Thank you for all you do for my child it is very much appreciated.”
Year 10 parent
85 – 87 Liverpool Road, Liverpool, L23 5TD
Headteacher: Alison Ford