Vale of Evesham School

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Vale of Evesham School
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Type Special school;
Headteacher Mr Stephen Garside
Chair Rev. Carol Homan
Location Four Pools Lane
WR11 1BN
52°05′02″N 1°56′19″W / 52.0838°N 1.9386°W / 52.0838; -1.9386Coordinates: 52°05′02″N 1°56′19″W / 52.0838°N 1.9386°W / 52.0838; -1.9386
DfE number 885/7011
DfE URN 139444 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students approx. 147 [1]
Gender Coeducational
Ages 2–19
Website Vale of Evesham School

Vale of Evesham School in Evesham, in the county of Worcestershire, England, is a special needs school for around 150 mixed gender pupils aged 2 to 19 of whom approximately 35 are in the 6th form. It caters for children with special educational needs and also accommodates 15 pupils as boarders on a weekly basis. England.[1]

Pupils follow a curriculum based on National Curriculum core subjects together with activities that offer education for pupils having special moderate to severe learning difficulties that include a wide range of disabilities from autism, behavioural, emotional and social problems. The school was granted specialist status for cognition and learning and awards include Investors in People, Careers Education and Guidance Quality Mark, ArtsMark, Eco School and the Healthy School Award.[1] The school converted to academy status in April 2013.

A December 2009 Ofsted report classed the school with a Grade 2 (good), with several points at Grade 1 (outstanding).[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "Inspection Report". Ofsted. 18 December 2009. Retrieved 16 January 2011.