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Rosebank School
Townfield Lane, Barnton, CW8 4QP, UK Northwich
Tel. 01606 74975, Fax 01606 783564

Rosebank has specialist provision for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder at key stage 1 and 2. The staff have considerable experience of working with children with ASD. We are continuously updating our knowledge in order to understand every individual child and to meet their needs. The school draws upon a wide range of autism-specific educational strategies such as T.E.A.C.C.H. and P.E.C.S. to enable us to do so.

We understand that starting school or moving to a new school can be an anxious time for children and their parents. We recognise that you know your child better than anyone else and believe that your knowledge, views and experiences are vital in helping your child to develop.
  We are proud of our school, its pupils and their achievements. Our main aim is to provide the specific, specialist support each child needs whilst at the same time ensuring that each child enjoys as rich and varied a range of educational experiences as he or she is capable of.

If your child comes to Rosebank we enter into partnership with you to provide the best possible opportunities for your child to learn and to be important as an individual during their years of primary education.
NAS Acreditation Rosebank is an N.A.S accredited school.

Our Aim

We are committed to the individual needs of each child, each child being valued and respected.
We aim to ensure quality education and equality of opportunity regardless of age, gender, ability or ethnic origin.

We aim to provide a curriculum, including the National Curriculum, which is broad, balanced and both relevant and appropriate to each pupil’s age, ability and learning style.

The curriculum aims to promote the spiritual, moral, mental and physical development of each child and prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

We aim to promote a child’s confidence and independence and to celebrate achievement.
  We aim to work in partnership with parents to seek to minimise difficulties and enable each pupil to succeed in the least restrictive environment.

We aim to further develop links with nurseries and mainstream schools in order to facilitate greater inclusion.
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The Staff

Rosebank staff work closely together to provide a safe and friendly learning environment in which children feel secure and valued as individuals.

The team consists of teachers, learning support staff, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, midday assistants, administration staff, school cook, site maintenance officer and cleaners.

We currently have 10 full-time teachers including the Headteacher and two assistant headteachers.

The school is committed to providing high quality education for pupils and high quality support for families.

  To achieve this, all staff are involved in continuing professional development through a programme of training and further education.


In accordance with the 1996 Education Reform Act, the curriculum at Rosebank is balanced and broadly based and aims to:


Promote the spiritual, moral, mental and physical development of pupils at the school;  

For children within Nursery/Reception the Foundation Stage Curriculum is followed including the Six Areas of Learning:

> Prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.
> Personal, Social and Emotional Development
> Communication, Language and Literacy
> Mathematics
> Knowledge and Understanding of the World
> Physical Development
> Creative Development
We ensure that the curriculum, including the National Curriculum, is both relevant and appropriate to each pupil’s age, ability and learning style.

Emphasis is placed on a child-centred approach, concentrating on the individual needs of the child and providing opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve.

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