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Halesbury School
Feldon Lane, B62 9DR Halesowen
01384 818630

Aspergers syndrome. Many pupils have other impairments – restricted hearing or vision, cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome and autism. About 10% of pupils have emotional and behavioural difficulties.  The complex nature of the impairments has significantly increased in the last few years and this is changing the very nature and culture of the school. Pupils are referred for special education by pre school agencies and schools, via an LEA Educational Psychologist and early intervention is preferable. The school itself is situated in a quiet residential area of Halesowen – one of the furthest outreaches of the Dudley borough. It has extensive grounds with trees and shrubs, and playing fields, which it shares with a primary school at the other end of the campus. Pupils are brought into the school daily by various modes of transport funded by the LEA, from areas in a radius of about 16 miles of the school. Many of our pupils will not attain level 3 of the national curriculum by the end of key stage 3.   Staff at the school believes in equal opportunities for all pupils attending Halesbury.


  1. For each pupil to experience feelings of worth and belonging to – and being valued by a caring community.
  2. To encourage each pupil to achieve his/her full potential academically, socially, emotionally, spiritually and physically.
  3. To develop a caring attitude for oneself, other people, other creatures and the environment.
  4. To promote and develop performing and creative skills which may provide lifelong interest and pleasure. 
  5. To encourage growing confidence, self-reliance and self-esteem.
  6. To develop acceptance of responsibility for one’s own actions.
  7. To prepare ALL pupils for adulthood, the world of work and leisure.
  8. To deliver, in an interesting and relevant way, a curriculum which meets the needs of the pupils and the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum.

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