Bedelsford School will open as far as is possible to support the families of keyworkers and vulnerable children we serve who have not been advised that they should remain at home or self isolate due to their complex health needs or any underlying risk factors due to Covid 19.

Curriculum

Bedelsford School is committed to providing the highest quality setting for all children. We aim to offer support according to the differing strengths and needs of individual children and their families.

We follow the National Curriculum where appropriate which is fully adapted to the individual needs of the children and divided into three Curriculum Pathways which are Sensory, Semi Formal and Formal.  Pupils have individual termly curriculum goals and they are also set targets on their Individual Learning Intentions which address their barriers to learning.

Click here to view our British Values and SMSC document.

To find out more about our curriculum please call 020 8546 9838 or email us at info@bedelsfordschool.org

 

The school is truly ‘outstanding’ indeed and we don’t mean just in the sense of how Ofsted have classified it.

Parent of Year 7 child

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