The School’s key policies can be accessed from the list below. Please feel free to download these, along with our prospectus.
- Accessibility Plan
- Admission to and exit from MacIntyre School
- Admission to and exit from Hillside
- Anti-Bullying Policy and Procedure
- Complaints Policy
- Complaints Procedure
- Complaints Form – Easy Read
- What are complaints, suggestions, compliments and feedback – Easy Read
- Curriculum Policy
- MacIntyre School Ofsted Report – 2017
- Children’s Homes Ofsted Inspection – 2017
- Hillside Road Children’s Home Ofsted Inspection – 2017
- Statement of Purpose
- Safeguarding of Children and Young People Policy and Procedures
- Keeping Safe on the Internet
The DfE recognises 38 residential places and an additional 10 day places at MacIntyre School. Hillside, our Registered Children’s Home in Leighton Buzzard offers five of the 38 residential places.
We look for our referrals to have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or a Statement of Special Educational Needs stating they have Severe Learning Disabilities.
In addition to these, the school caters for children and young people with:
- Complex behavioural needs
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Sensory Impairment
- Developmental Delay
- Syndromes associated with the above
Children and young people would be identified as requiring:
- Small class groups
- High children and young people / staff ratio
- Consistent 24 hour curriculum
The nature of the residential houses requires all young people to be able to live in a community setting, i.e. in close proximity to between three and five other young people.
Please contact our Transition Co-ordinator, Vickie Redmond either by telephone (01296 681274) or email email@example.com with an initial enquiry.
Read the latest OfSTEd report
Click on the image to open the report.