Beverley School, Middlesbrough

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Beverley School
Type Community special school
Headteacher Joanne Smith
Location Saltersgill Avenue
Middlesbrough
North Yorkshire
TS4 3JS
England
Coordinates: 54°32′55″N 1°14′05″W / 54.5487°N 1.2347°W / 54.5487; -1.2347
Local authority Middlesbrough
DfE number 806/7003
DfE URN 111773 Tables
Students 139
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–19
Website Official website

Beverley School is a community special school in Middlesbrough, England. The school supports children with autism. Originally opened as a special school for hearing impaired children, the school began to admit children with autism in the 1980s and is now a regional centre of excellence.[1]

Since Easter 2011 Beverley School has shared a campus with Prince Bishop School.[2]

The Headteacher Nigel Carden retired in 2011 Joanne Smith replaced him and took on the role as the headteacher of the school in 2012

References[edit]

www.beverleyschool.co.uk/