Wilton Campus’ current prospectus, which outlines the school’s ethos and history along with the current curriculum programme, details of the teaching personnel, past academic achievements, is here.
Our current parent/student handbook which outlines the expectation for both parties, can be downloaded here.
The full Admissions policy is available on request.
Admission Enquiries should be emailed to the Admissions Officer here.
Special Educational Needs & Disabilities and Gifted & Talented Students
Wessex Schools Trust has a positive policy towards all students at Focus School Wilton Campus, whatever their aptitude, ability or background; and therefore endeavour to ensure that reasonable provision is made within the School to cater for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and Gifted and Talented (G&T) students.
A student with SEND is considered to be a student who requires differentiated, specialised and professional attention above and beyond the individual attention already afforded to each student in the normal course of events. This may include any student who has learning difficulties and needs ongoing support, or any student who may be considered as more gifted or talented than others and would need additional challenges.
Each new student on entering the School will already have been assessed by their previous School. If any student displays signs of additional needs then they will be monitored and assessed accordingly. The school’s full aim is that all students, whatever their level of ability, should be assisted to reach their full potential. Our current SEN provision and capabilities are detailed in our LS Offer.
Educational & Welfare Provision
Students with Statements of SEN/Education Health & Care Plans (EHCP)
Some students, as a result of professional assessment, may receive an EHCP from their Local Education Authority which sets out the provisions felt necessary to meet those needs. Focus School Wilton Campus adopts a graduated response to pupils with SEN, and undertakes to co-operate with the relevant Education Authorities as to their review and maintenance.
English as Second Language
For students for whom English is a second or additional language at home, the School’s policy is to provide reasonable tuition and support in learning the English Language on an individual one-to-one basis at the School. This will stimulate the student in comprehension and conversation as well as building confidence in the various subjects of the curriculum. Our EAL (English as an Additional Language) policy is available on request.
Students with disabilities
Provision will be made for students with disabilities at Focus School Wilton Campus as and when the need arises. The school’s Special Educational Needs & Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo) will liaise with all agencies concerned when such a need exists and will make staff and trustees aware of any special provision that may needed for these students to attend and participate in their everyday lessons.