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Castledon School
Bromfords Drive, SS12 0PW, UK Wickford
+44 (0)1268 761252

Welcome to our school!

Castledon School’s Mission Statement

 People at Castledon School help me to:

Be Everything I Can Be

Feel safe

Say what I feel

Feel good about myself

Have fun


At Castledon School I will be treated:

Fairly                With Respect                With Understanding


·        To provide a curriculum that is broad, balanced and appropriate

·        To provide pupils with the skills to learn at their own individual level and realise their potential

·        To promote independence

·        To reach tolerance and consideration for others

·        To provide the environment where pupils can take risks and develop good self esteem

·        To provide pupils with the skills to take their place in the community and become citizens of the future


We try to have a minimum number of essential school rules.  At all times we aim to be fair and consistent but rely on the co-operation of parents to support us in our expectation that:

·        School uniform is worn

·        Pupils will not wear make-up

·        Pupils will only wear a watch or a single, small sleeper or stud earring as jewellery

·        Pupils will not bring any of the following into the school or grounds: Radios, tape recorders, disc players, electronic games, mobile phones or pagers etc. Sharp or pointed objects, cigarettes, matches, lighters. Any object or material that may be considered a risk to the safety or welfare of others. In the event of any of the above items being brought into school, the school will reserve the right to place the item in safe keeping and inform the pupil’s parent or guardian


Castledon is an all age school which has both Primary and Secondary sections.  The Primary Department has classes at Key Stage 1 & 2, for pupils from Reception through to Year 6. 

Pupils are taught through the National Curriculum at a level appropriate to their individual needs and age.  Considerable emphasis is placed on the development of communication, social and independence skills.  All pupils in the Primary Department are included in both Literacy & Numeracy Strategy activities, with homework set to an appropriate level, once a week in both subjects at key stage 2.  Where appropriate in Year 2 and 6, SATS tests are sat.

The Secondary part of the school consists of Key Stage 3 pupils in Years 7, 8 & 9 and Key Stage 4 pupils in Years 10 & 11.  Secondary aged pupils are taught in ability groups.

In Key Stage 3, again where appropriate, pupils will have the opportunity to sit their Key Stage 3 SATS.  In Years 10 & 11, particular emphasis is placed on preparing students for independent adult life.  All students have the opportunity to take part in two periods of Work Experience and are encouraged to take part in a community placement volunteering scheme.  Together with participating in an adventurous and challenging outdoor activity, these enable students to obtain the highly respected “Project Trident Gold Award”.

Our students also work towards the nationally recognised ASDAN awards such as sports and fitness and Bronze/Silver Award. We also run a variety of entry level GCSE’s. For pupils where another course is appropriate, that we do not offer, and it is felt by parents and the school that a pupil would cope in a different setting, we have very good links with our local mainstream schools.

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