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Newsletters and Events
Please view the following list of important school dates for the current and forthcoming academic years including our scheduled teacher training days.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Hallmoor School and our website, where you will find a great deal of information about our school, our work, our pupils and our approach to education.
We are very proud of our school, its young people and their achievements. What you won’t be able to experience today on your computer is the very calm and positive atmosphere that all visitors comment on!
Our highly skilled and dedicated staff provide a personalised approach to each individual pupils’ needs encouraging them to become lifelong learners and valued members of their communities.
Head Teacher - Neil Wilson - email@example.com
Chair of Local Academy Council - Paul Roberts - firstname.lastname@example.org
SENCO for Hallmoor School - Neil Wilson - email@example.com
Chair of Trustees - David Lane - firstname.lastname@example.org
Complaints - Jane Edgerton - email@example.com
Data Protection - James Plant - firstname.lastname@example.org
Our school is an all age range (4 to 19) Community Special School situated in the eastern area of Birmingham within the Hodge Hill constituency.
Hallmoor School caters for the needs of an increasingly diverse pupil population with a wide range of educational difficulties, ranging from moderate, severe and complex needs. Some pupils also present with communication, physical, sensory, behavioural or autistic difficulties requiring additional adult support and specialist intervention.
In our endeavour to meet these wide ranging educational and social needs, we are developing an appropriate curriculum, which encompasses and extends the National Curriculum. Our whole school curriculum model provides a natural progression from an Early Years Foundation Learning programme, towards full participation within the National Curriculum framework, with programmes designed for and implemented at an appropriate level.