Our Aims and Vision

Our Vision Document was developed by the Governors and staff and is a shared commitment to working in partnership with parents and others to provide the very best education and opportunities we can for each and every child who is part of Billing Brook. On an annual basis we revisit the document and ask ourselves – are we achieving our aims? Parents tell us we are – because we strive to continually improve our curriculum, the skills of our staff and most importantly work with our partners – the children and parents, being the most important.

Billing Brook School will be known for:-

Providing a creative learning environment where pupils and staff are respected, valued and encouraged to be the very best they can be.

We aim to achieve this through:-

We Value:-

“Building Bridges for success”


Our pupils


All referrals papers to the school come via the Local Authority (LA). The LA is the admission body for all special schools, but always consult with the Headteacher to ensure Needs can be met.

All children have to have an existing Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) or statement, which reflects the specification of the school in order to be admitted. The school caters for children aged 4-18 who have moderate or Severe Learning difficulties; Autism; Speech and Language Needs and mild medical needs. The school can currently accommodate between 194 - 225 pupils.

Please click here to see our Local Authority specification.