Grafham Grange School is a special school set in 42 acres of beautiful Surrey countryside in Grafham. Our school offers education for up to 70 students, referred from local authorities across the South of England.
This section provides key information including how the school spends the funding it receives, its policies and procedures, how students perform in exams and assessment, inspection information and the schools self-evaluation.
The vision of the school, and as such the intention of the curriculum at Grafham Grange School, is to provide every child with access to an academic education at a level appropriate to them which is further tailored to meet their needs with opportunities for vocational learning
Grafham Grange offer up to 70 places for students aged 10-16 with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs.
At Grafham Grange School we want all of our students to feel a part of both the school and the wider community.
It is important that you have the chance to fully take part in your child’s educational experience. We provide regular opportunities to come into school and join us for events which provide life long memories.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) catch-up premium grant was introduced in July 2020 and is allocated to schools to support pupils by tailoring the use of the funding to identified gaps to attainment as a result of school closures due to Covid-19. It is for the school to determine how best to use the funding.
For the current academic year (2020-21), we must publish our Coronavirus (COVID-19) catch-up premium grant strategy setting out:
Details of how this fund will be used at Grafham Grange School to follow.