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  • "Pupils are very well supported to reach their potential and, because of the highly positive relationships, pupils really enjoy coming to school and always try their hardest to succeed."
    Ofsted 2013

  • "Pupils are very well supported to reach their potential and, because of the highly positive relationships, pupils really enjoy coming to school and always try their hardest to succeed."
    Ofsted 2013

  • "Pupils are very well supported to reach their potential and, because of the highly positive relationships, pupils really enjoy coming to school and always try their hardest to succeed."
    Ofsted 2013

INFORMATION

Lakeside is a community special school providing for 67 pupils aged 2-19

It is designated for pupils with:

  • Severe learning difficulties
  • Profound and multiple learning difficulties
  • Autism

Our pupils often have a complexity of needs. We have expertise in teaching pupils with hearing and visual impairments and physical disabilities. Our pupils may have associated medical conditions including those with life limiting conditions. Our approach is both individual and holistic which enables us to provide appropriate education for all these pupils.

We serve a wide catchment area centred on the Welwyn Hatfield area which extends to Borehamwood and Potters Bar. Pupils are placed at the school by the Local Authority and all pupils require a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education Health and Care Plan naming the school.


If parents wish to have paper copies of any information found on this website they may do so by contacting the school office. 

 
Mar
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Mar 30th 1:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Mar 31st - All Day

Mar 31st - All Day