Statement of Purpose
The statement describes the overall purpose of the school and describes any theoretical or therapeutic model underpinning the practice of the school.
This document needs to be read in conjunction with a number of other important sources of information, including but not limited to:
- School Website
- Admissions Policy
- School Prospectus
- Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policy
- Children’s Anti-Bullying Policy
- Children’s Complaints Policy
- Medical Policy
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and Procedures
- Online Safety Policy
Meath School is a day and residential special school for primary aged children with speech, language and communication disorders and high functioning autism (formerly known as Asperger’s syndrome).
As of September 2023 our school roll is:
21 Residential Pupils across the week
All pupils are aged from 4 to 11 and we are currently able to accommodate 15 residential boarders per night for up to four night assuming there is a place available in a suitable group. Children stay between one and four nights, depending on individual needs.
We aim to provide a caring and empathetic environment to meet the needs of all our pupils and their families.