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Beaumont Hill School

Beaumont Hill School is a generic special school catering for 232 pupils between the ages of two years and nineteen years. Pupils who attend Beaumont Hill School all have special educational needs and have statements of education need. The children in the school have a range of need including severe learning difficulties, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, autism , and a high level of complex sensory and physical difficulties. The children who attend Beaumont Hill School come from a variety of backgrounds and mainly live in Darlington, although there is a small number from neighbouring County Durham. Approximately 41% of pupils who attend Beaumont Hill School are entitled to free school meals. 9% of pupils are in the Looked After (Care) system. Pupils at Beaumont Hill School come from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds. The school is based in an area which has an increasingly diverse ethnic mix. Beaumont Hill School presently has 11 children of ethnic heritage (5%), the rest being white British. It is therefore necessary for us as a school community to ensure we bring as many different cultural experiences as possible into our school and, as many of our children will not experience the world first hand, we must bring the world to them.

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