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Longcroft School & Performing Arts College
Burton Road, HU17 7EJ, UK Beverley
+44 (0)1482 862171


     and Performing Arts College       

Whether you are a pupil, parent, member of our community or a visitor to Beverley we hope you find this site of some use.

If you wish to arrange a visit to see our school then please use the 'contact us' area.

Students can expect

  • equality of access to the School's curriculum and the guidance they need;
  • as wide a range of curricular choice and diversity as resources allow;
  • opportunities to develop a range of key skills: eg ICT, numeracy,
  • communication, problem-solving, study skills & working with others;
  • a variety of teaching and learning styles across all lessons & in each subject and course;
  • work set which is appropriate to the needs of the individual;
  • classwork and homework to be carefully set and assessed with regular feedback;
  • efficiently run, orderly classrooms where resources are used to maximise learning;
  • to be treated with respect and understanding;
  • as secure and safe an environment as possible;
  • consistent responses if their work or behaviour is unsatisfactory;
  • opportunities to attend consultation meetings; as appropriate;
  • to know the level at which they are working & to be involved in target-setting;
  • their achievements to be recognised through written & verbal comments,
    the High 5's system, presentations.

Teachers can expect

  • good quality leadership in which there is clear guidance and support as needed;
  • the opportunity to be involved in training which balances the needs of the School with their individual professional needs;
  • resources appropriate to budget allowances:
  • good quality, well articulated schemes of work covering the needs of all students;
  • students to complete classwork and homework on time and to hand it in as required;
  • to be treated with respect by all students;
  • behaviour which is safe, co-operative and self controlled;
  • parents to be involved in, and supportive of, the behaviour and learning processes affecting their son/daughter;
  • ready access to information on the curriculum and individual students;
  • appreciation of their work in which there is celebration of achievement made.

    Parents can expect
  • to be informed about the curriculum on offer through publication booklets;
  • to be supported in fulfilling their responsibilities towards their son's/daughter's progress.
  • the opportunity to become involved in the curriculum, school life and its development;
  • teachers to prepare, set and assess work according to different educational needs:
  • to have quick and caring responses to any concerns about bullying learning or other issues affecting a student's progress and happiness at School;
  • to be treated with respect, as partners, by the School and to receive regular communications about activities and events;
  • to be informed promptly when a student's work or behaviour is causing concern;
  • regular and informative consultation meetings;
  • to be informed and involved as appropriate in any mentoring processes carried out with their son/daughter;
  • to receive information about their son's/daughter's achievements


We group our individual subjects into families called Curriculum Areas:


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