Pupils’ positive attitudes to learning, willingness to learn from their mistakes and development of emotional and social skills ensure that they are well prepared for the next stage of their education.

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Ofsted report

Transition Information

Transition is when your child moves from one educational phase to the next, for example from Key Stage One (age 5-7) to Key Stage Two (7-11). Change is a normal part of life and can provide opportunities for children to develop their resilience. At SET Maidstone and Causton, the transition period is gradual which allows the children to adapt to their new routine. Class teachers will monitor any children who may need extra time and support to adapt.

Safeguarding

Safeguarding The Trust Board and SET Maidstone & Causton School Local Advisory Body (LAB) take seriously their statutory responsibility under section 175 of the Education Act 2002, the Education (Independent School Standards) (England) Regulations 2010 as amended by SI 2012/2962 and the Education (Non-Maintained Special Schools) (England) Regulations 2011 to safeguard and promote the welfare

Pastoral

Maidstone & Causton is a confident and happy place. Our students receive excellent pastoral care and support in a small School setting. Our staff know each of their students as individuals. We have worked in close collaboration with our children and their families to put in place clear and open channels of communication. Parents/carers are

Special Educational Needs

Students with Special Education Needs and / or Disabilities (SEND) Outstanding education opportunities for all, are at the heart of our mission. We take a person centred approach, with each learner at the centre of the individual learning journey  ensuring that each learner’s needs are accurately identified and we follow the graduated response to meet

E-Safety

E-Safety awareness for all children and their parents/carers is essential to ensure they are aware of the risks they face online and how they can keep themselves safe. Smart phones now make it possible to access the internet and social networking apps/sites at any time – making it more difficult to supervise your child’s access.

Severe weather procedure

Severe Weather Procedure The following statements have been taken from the County Code of Practice and set out what we will do, in the event of severe weather. Parents have a duty to ensure that their children attend School if at all possible. All staff have a duty to attend their School and should make

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