Cannon Hill House 14 Russell Road

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About Cannon Hill House 14 Russell Road

Name Cannon Hill House 14 Russell Road
Ofsted Inspections
Address Cannon Hill House, 14 Russell Road, Birmingham, B13 8RD
Phone Number 01214491569
Type Independent (special)
Age Range 3-11
Religious Character None
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 23 (52.4% boys 47.6% girls)
Local Authority Birmingham
Percentage Free School Meals 0%
Pupils with SEN Support 9.5%

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is an outstanding school Leaders, governors, the charity and proprietor work together in an exceptionally effective manner. Outcomes for pupils are outstanding. Leaders ensure that all the independent school standards are fully in place. Teaching, learning and assessment are imaginative and inspiring. As a result, pupils make outstanding progress. Leaders have put in place a broad, balanced and ambitious curriculum that provides appropriate levels of challenge. Pupils develop highly positive attitudes to learning. They have remarkable confidence and work well and cooperatively together. Professional development is outstanding. Teaching staff are trained effectively in the demanding and challenging conductive education method. They use this exceptionally well and dramatically improve pupils’ life chances. Parents are supportive of the school and delighted with the progress their children make and say that their children’s development has exceeded their expectations. They are eager for their children to attend the school. All pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities. Staff have a very secure understanding of pupils’ skills and abilities and ensure that they make excellent progress. Pupils make outstanding progress in personal development. Staff are highly trained and effective at helping pupils develop the ability to live independently. The early years and foundation stage are outstanding. Children flourish as a result of exceptional leadership, teaching and care. Safeguarding arrangements are highly effective. Leaders have developed a culture of vigilance. Compliance with regulatory requirements The school meets the requirements of the schedule to the Education (Independent School Standards) Regulations 2014 (‘the independent school standards’) and associated requirements.

Information about this school

The National Institute of Conductive Education (NICE) is a co-educational independent day special school providing for the learning and development needs of children who have physical disabilities and wide-ranging learning difficulties. The school does not use any alternative provision. Since the previous inspection, the school has a new headteacher. The school is registered for boys and girls aged from three to 11 years old. There is a mix of pupils who attend full time and those who attend on a sessional basis. All pupils have education, health and care plans. The school uses conductive education. The purpose of this approach is to help pupils lead independent lives. It combines academic learning with activities designed to develop pupils’ physical and emotional ability. The majority of pupils are funded by the six local authorities in which they live. The school does not receive any additional funding for disadvantaged pupils.