Building Schools for the Future

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Forward
Our vision for Building Schools for the Future is to build on our record of improvement across children’s services
and the secondary schools sector to secure excellent outcomes for children, young people and families well into
the 21st century. At the heart of this will be a transformation in learning and opportunity for every child and
young person within our secondary schools.
We recognise that education is vital to the future prosperity and stability of our community. We aim for the
highest standards of attainment and achievement for all. We want our children and young people to be confdent,
ambitious, creative and highly skilled and to have a real sense of belonging to an inclusive and cohesive learning
community.
The ‘Building Schools for the Future’ programme offers an opportunity to turn our vision into a reality for future
generations of children and young people. Building Schools for the Future will enable us to make substantial
investment in state of the art secondary schools as well as increasing access to high quality leisure, sports and
learning facilities for the wider community at a neighbourhood level.
We hope that you will help us in developing Building Schools for the Future over the next year and beyond. We
welcome your views on our vision and proposals outlined in this document. The Council, its partner schools and
other partner agencies want to hear from you.
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Contents
1. What is Building Schools for the Future?

2. What are we trying to achieve?
3. What are our proposals?
4. When will it happen?
5. Challenging issues
6. How to fnd out more
7. Consultation and engagement arrangements
8. Have your say
9. Glossary of terms
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1. What is Building Schools for the Future?
At its simplest, Building Schools for the Future is a national programme to improve secondary school buildings
across England. Billions of pounds of investment will be made over a 15 year period. The aim is to provide all
children and young people with educational facilities ft for the 21st century. More widely, it is designed not only
to substantially improve school buildings, but also to support new ways of teaching and learning.
Building Schools for the Future provides local authorities and schools with a once in a lifetime opportunity to
consider:
what services should be delivered within schools to ensure that the very best outcomes are secured for
children and young people
what secondary school buildings are needed
where they should be
what facilities they should have
Blackburn with Darwen joined the national programme in January 2007 and Government funding of around
£150 million will be available over the next six years. Building works are unlikely to begin until 2009 but work
has already begun to develop a vision for what Building Schools for the Future will mean for children, young
people, school staff and the wider community across Blackburn with Darwen. This vision has been developed so
far with the involvement of headteachers, school governors, councillors and a wide range of stakeholders.
This document outlines the main aspects of our proposals – both the principles and aims that underpin them
and the main proposals for secondary education within the borough. We welcome your views on this work and
any suggestions you might have for developing improved ways of working in our secondary schools into the
future.




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We all want children and young people to achieve their very best throughout their school career and beyond.
Through Building Schools for the Future we aim to better meet the individual needs of each child and young
person, especially improving the life chances of currently under-achieving groups, through the creation of state
of the art learning environments and resources.
We aim to build on our nationally-recognised network approach to children’s services, where parents and children
can access a range of services from different providers in one centre. Our Building Schools for the Future
proposals will enable us to build on this way of working and develop increased access to a range of educational
and children’s services at a neighbourhood level. In addition to this we aim to make sure that all children have
access to an excellent local school, within walking distance of their home.

We also aim to develop a network of inclusive secondary schools that work together to meet the needs of all
children, including those with special educational needs. The network of schools will be designed to actively
promote community cohesion and promote a strong sense of belonging to Blackburn with Darwen.
Finally, we aim to achieve all of the above in buildings that are inspirational, environmentally friendly, beautiful
and in which children, young people and adults feel safe and secure.
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2. What are we trying to achieve?
Enabling all children to have access to an excellent core curriculum and specifc specialist provision at
their local school
This means that each local secondary school will offer access to all core subjects as well as specialising in a
particular subject area, such as engineering, arts or sport. Most of our schools already have specialist status
and through Building Schools for the Future all will become specialist in one or more areas. Schools will work
together to ensure that all children will be able to access specialist subjects led by or delivered at any of the
specialist schools in the borough.
Developing individually tailored learning and development opportunities for all pupils
Each child has their own preferred way of learning and their own learning and development needs. Building
Schools for the Future will provide an opportunity to develop classrooms and IT facilities that will mean pupils
can learn in different ways, in small groups, individually or in larger groups. Improved facilities will also ensure
that pupils can access new subjects such as construction and health care in hi-tech and real world working
environments. Investments in IT and communication technology, worth somewhere in the region of £10 million,
will enable pupils, staff and the wider community to access teaching and learning opportunities both within and
outside of the normal school day.
Increasing collaboration across all secondary schools to offer the widest possible opportunities for all
children and young people
Many schools in Blackburn with Darwen already work closely together to share expertise and offer better learning
opportunities for pupils. Building Schools for the Future will enable this collaborative working to increase and
be made more effective. Schools are looking to share facilities, resources, staff and information and knowledge
through improved ICT systems.
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In more detail, the key aims of our Building Schools for the future programme are:
Tackling segregation through collaboration and the development of learning environments where all
children and young people can share a sense of belonging to Blackburn with Darwen
We are committed to retaining the current balance of faith and community school provision into the future.
However to meet the challenge of segregation and communities living separate lives, schools will work together
to ensure children from all faiths and social backgrounds can learn and socialise together.
Increasing access to a wide range of educational, social and health services at neighbourhood level to
meet local need
All schools are expected to provide an extended range of services, including out of school activities and
community access, by 2010. Building Schools for the Future investment will mean that services and facilities can
be developed at a neighbourhood level - offering a wider range of learning, health and family support services
at your local secondary schools. This could mean new sports facilities, adult learning centres or even a health
centre.
Increasing opportunities for all pupils with special educational needs to learn alongside their peers
Many children with special educational needs are already learning very effectively alongside their peers in
mainstream schools.
Building Schools for the Future investment will enable us to respond to the growing demand by parents for
inclusion of their children with special educational needs within mainstream schools, or in co-located schools,
through widening access to additionally resourced high schools and establishing a fexible specialist facility
on the site of the current Crosshill Special School. Secondary schools will work together to develop even more
effective approaches to inclusion of all children within mainstream settings.
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In more detail, the key aims of our Building Schools for the future programme are:
The Government requires all authorities in the Building Schools for the Future programme to ensure that their
proposed investments in new and remodelled schools are sustainable. This means that we have to look closely
at the current and future need for pupil places. Schools also need to be in the right locations to meet future
population changes.
Key Points for Blackburn with Darwen to consider:
Overall secondary school pupil numbers in the Borough are projected to fall slightly over the next ten
years
Pupil numbers in Crosshill and Fernhurst Special Schools are already falling and this trend is expected
to continue as parents choose to send their children with special educational needs to mainstream
schools
Currently over 200 pupils per year leave authority provision at the end of year 6 either transferring out to
schools out of the Borough or into the private school sector, with just over 100 pupils arriving from outside
the borough or from private schools.
Many pupils currently travel a signifcant distance across town rather than attend their community local
school
The centre and east of Blackburn are areas with a growing school age population
The west of Blackburn is an area where the school age population is falling
There are currently three community schools located in the west and north of Blackburn
There is only one small community school located in the east of Blackburn
Blackburn with Darwen is a relatively compact borough, with tightly drawn borders, which limits the
number of potential alternative sites for Secondary Schools
Building Schools for the Future is a complex programme affecting every secondary school in the borough.
To complete the building programme within the specifed time-frame – by the end of 2015 – will require
considerable fexibility and patience on the part of schools, parents and the authority.










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3. What are our proposals?
What we are proposing for Blackburn with Darwen faith schools:
We are proposing that there is no major change made to the existing faith school provision offered by:
St Bede’s Roman Catholic High School
Our Lady and St John Roman Catholic High School
St Wilfrid’s Church of England High School
Tauheedul Islam Girls High School
St Wilfrid’s will be least affected, as the school building is a relatively recent construction and therefore outside
the remit of the national Building Schools for the Future scheme. The school will however be able to beneft from
IT investments through Building Schools for the Future.
Both Our Lady and St John and St Bede’s will be refurbished and rebuilt on their current sites. Currently it is likely
that for both the whole school will need to be temporarily transferred to alternative vacant school sites while
building works are completed.
We are proposing that Tauheedul Islam Girls High School relocates from its current site on Bicknell site, as the
current site is incapable of meeting the needs of a 600 place school, to the current Beardwood High School
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What we are proposing for Blackburn with Darwen special schools:
We will develop a wider range of opportunities for pupils with special educational needs to refect the growing
trend of parents who want their children to learn alongside their peers in a mainstream school.
Crosshill school for children with Moderate Learning Diffculties will either close, with this group of children
being supported within mainstream schools, or will co-locate to the site of a mainstream high school
Fernhurst School for children with emotional and behavioural diffculties will close, with this group of
children being supported by a combination of fexible curriculum support at a new centre based on the
current Crosshill site and other centres such as the Highercroft Vocational centre, as well as places in
mainstream schools where appropriate.
Newfeld Special School, recently completely rebuilt, will continue to offer provision for children with
complex needs on its current site.
Future provision for children with special educational needs will be widened to include:
Fully inclusive provision in mainstream schools (faith, community and Academy)
A number of specialist resourced centres in high schools including a new resourced Witton Park High
School to support a number of pupils with complex needs. This will complement the existing resourced
provision at St Wilfrid’s for pupils with hearing impairment and at Our Lady and St John, which is a
resourced school for pupils with autistic spectrum disorder
Access to fexible curriculum provision catering to individual needs offered on a part –time or full time
basis at a range of learning centres including a new centre to be based on the current Crosshill site
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What it means for community schools and the Darwen Academy:
Provision in Darwen will remain unchanged through the Building Schools for the Future programme. The town
will be served by a signifcantly remodelled community school at Darwen Vale and the planned Academy due to
open in its new location in the centre of Darwen in 2009.
Access to excellent community school provision needs to be increased in the east of Blackburn to meet the
increasing population in this area. Two sites are currently under consideration on which to build a 900 place
school:
The current Blakewater College Site
The golf-driving range site on Haslingden Road.
Three schools currently serve the west, centre and north of the borough where population changes indicate that
there will only be need for two in the future. All three schools are high performing and are currently meeting
the needs of their pupils very well. The proposal for which of these schools will close has therefore been made
following detailed consideration of the opportunity that each school site offers to develop top quality school
and community facilities. Following detailed site survey and assessment the Pleckgate and Witton Community
School sites have been identifed as most suitable for the building of brand new, enlarged schools with associated
community and leisure facilities. The Beardwood site is the least able to support the effective development of
such an enlarged school with complementary community facilities and we therefore propose that this school
closes, but not until 2012. A further factor taken into consideration was the relatively high proportion of children
attending Beardwood who live in the east of the town.
Both Pleckgate and Witton Park are popular schools, adjacent to existing specialist facilities such as City Learning
Centres, with large enough sites to permit the building of new school buildings and additional community
facilities such as community football facilities. Both sites are also large enough to enable the school community
to remain on site throughout the building phase.
Pleckgate Community High School will increase in size by around 150 pupils to 1,350 places. Witton Park will
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The timeline below has been drawn up to demonstrate to the government how the construction programme might be delivered within the timescale and as far as
possible within the funding available. The plan may change as proposals develop further and in light of consultation with a range of stakeholders. Although some
building works may start earlier, or later, any proposed closures will not take place until 2012.
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Darwen Vale
Work begins at Darwen Vale
High School Engineering
College & Extended School
early 2010
Darwen Vale High School
Engineering College &
Extended School reopens
on current site early 2012
Building work begins on
Pleckgate Mathematics
& Computing College site
early 2010
Pleckgate Mathematics &
Computing College reopens
on existing site early 2012
Building work begins at
Witton Park High School
Business & Enterprise
College site middle 2010
Witton Park High School
Business & Enterprise
College reopens on existing
site early 2012
Building work begins on
new school facility for East
Blackburn late 2010.
New East Blackburn school
opens early 2012
Blakewater College pupils
relocate to new East
Blackburn school
Beardwood High School
closes in 2012. Pupils
transferred to new schools
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4. When will it happen?
4. When will it happen?
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Work begins at Our Lady
& St John Catholic Arts
College site early 2013
Our Lady & St John Catholic
Arts College site reopens
Christmas 2014
Work begins on rebuilding
and refurbishing
St Bede’s RC High School
& Specialist Sports College
early 2013
St Bede’s RC High School
& Specialist Sports College
site reopens Christmas
2014
Tauheedul Islam Girls High
School moves to new site
late 2015
St Thomas Centre Pupil
Referral Unit and EOTAS
relocates to current
Crosshill site
Fernhurst school closes
summer 2012
Crosshill closes or relocates
summer 2012
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Building Schools for the Future
We are not pretending that every issue and detail has been answered or resolved at this point. In particular there
are several very diffcult issues that are at the heart of the programme. We are in the process of addressing and
working through these issues with schools and partners and our preliminary conclusions are outlined below, but
we would be particularly interested in your views on the following:
Closure of Beardwood
Closing a school is always diffcult, especially a large one. However, the closure is especially complex if it has
to mesh with a complex building programme that limits our ability to making it a staged process. The building
programme and the sequence of movements of school communities both within school sites and temporary
transfers to different school sites remove any possibility of a phased closure for Beardwood High School.
According to the proposed building programme above, Beardwood High School will close at the end of the Spring
term in July 2012 and all children and young people attending the school will transfer to another High School at
the start of the next school year.
Places at each of the other High Schools will be allocated through an ‘extra’ admissions round that would take
place in the Autumn of 2011. Places will be allocated in accordance with the borough’s admissions criteria.
We appreciate that the movement of children, especially during crucial academic years such as the year GCSEs
are taken or Key Stage 3 tests, is best avoided and we are exploring all possibilities of avoiding the transfer of
children in the year that they are due to take key exams.
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5. Challenging issues
5. Challenging issues
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Closure of Crosshill or co-location to the site of a mainstream school:
There are now two options under consideration for the future of Crosshill Special School.
Currently the majority of pupils with moderate learning diffculties are supported in mainstream schools. There has
been a 25% reduction in the number of secondary aged pupils in Special Schools over the past few years and this
downward trend is expected to continue as parents express a preference for their children to learn alongside their peers
in mainstream settings.
All mainstream secondary schools have signed up to the principle of supporting the individual needs of all
pupils in mainstream settings including those with special educational needs. This commitment to the principle
of inclusion, combined with the need to address the issue of falling pupil numbers at Crosshill had resulted in
the proposal to close Crosshill and develop more specially supported provision at mainstream high schools.
Following initial consultation another option has been identifed for the future of Crosshill Special School.
‘Co-location’ of a smaller Crosshill Special School onto the site of a mainstream high school would provide
some increased levels of opportunities for those pupils with moderate learning diffculties, like those currently
served by Crosshill, to learn alongside peers in a high school whilst addressing issues of falling numbers. A
co-located school would have a separate identity and staffng but might share some facilities with the adjacent
high school.
Movements of staff from closing schools
The authority and its schools offer a commitment to all current staff that there will be need for more staff,
rather than less in the future. Furthermore, the age-profle of the current teaching and support staff points
to long-term shortages of staff, with many retirements of current teaching and support staff over the next
decade.
The authority is at the start of detailed discussions with schools and unions about how best to achieve a
smooth transition of staff between the current schools and the future pattern of provision. As a starting point,
schools and the local authority have committed to work collaboratively to support any school affected by
school organisation proposals
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6. How to fnd out more:
We will work with children, young people, school staff, governors, parents and a range of partner agencies to
ensure that our vision for secondary schools of the future developed through Building Schools for the Future will
really improve outcomes from 2011 and beyond. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest so much into
our secondary schools and it is therefore important to get it right.
A number of stakeholder events took place in 2006 and we will be holding more of these events at local and
borough level over the next few months. Working groups have been established to take a lead on specifc areas
of development. Headteachers are playing an active role in ensuring that pupils, staff and parents will be able
to play an active part in developing the vision further and how it will be delivered. Details of how you can to get
involved will be available at www.blackburn.gov.uk/bsf , by phone on 01254 666746 or contact your local school
for more information.
A number of public meetings, staff meetings and mobile drop in consultation sessions are currently taking place.
These will take place in secondary and a range of primary schools as well as children’s centres, community
and shopping centres. The timetable for these events is available on the Council and Building Schools for the
Future websites: www.blackburn.gov.uk/bsf and details can be found in a special Shuttle supplement that will
be distributed to all households in the Borough in June. Copies of the Shuttle will also be available in Council
buildings such as the Town Halls in Blackburn and Darwen. Further details will also be available at your local
school.
7: Publication of statutory notices and period of representation:
Following the consultation period taking place up to and including September, the Council will consider the
feedback it has received and will then develop its fnal proposals relating to specifc school organisation changes
including closures. These will then be published in the form of ‘statutory notices’. Once published, planned for
October, all stakeholders will then have six weeks in which to make fnal comments and representations. The
local authority will then make its decision.
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8. Have Your Say
We want to hear your views on the proposals outlined in this booklet. These proposals will only be a success if they
have the broad support of the wider community, especially parents and children. Any comments or views will be used
to inform how we develop, refne and revise our plans.
This section includes a short questionnaire.
Your chance to win £50 of Argos vouchers:
All completed and returned questionnaires will be entered into our prize draw, which will take place shortly after the
closing date, the frst questionnaire drawn will win £50 worth of Argos vouchers and there will be a second prize of
£15 of Marks and Spencer vouchers for the second questionnaire drawn. If you would like to be entered into the prize
draw please complete address details at the end of the questionnaire.
Completing the questionnaire:
Each question frst asks you to indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, neither agree or disagree, disagree, or
strongly disagree with a certain proposal, please tick the option that best represents your view on that proposal. In
addition to the tick box selection each question has a space for comments, this space should be used to list any views
you may have relating to that particular proposal. At the end of the questionnaire is a space for any other additional
comments you may have about the Building Schools for the Future programme.
Returning the questionnaire:
The closing date for returns is Monday 27 August
Completed questionnaire should be sent to the below freepost address, no stamp is required:
Freepost RRJA-YGKY-GJEC
BWDBC-BSF
The Exchange
Ainsworth Street
Blackburn
BB1 6AD
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Part 1: The BSF Vision
1. In general do you agree with what the council is trying to achieve through building schools for the future? (For each statement please tick one option)
Strongly Agree Agree Neither Agree or
disagree
Disagree Strongly Disagree
1.1 Giving all children access to core curriculum as
well as the chance to specialise in a particular subject
such as engineering, arts or sport, either at their own
school or at other schools across the Borough
1.2 Developing personalised learning through
improved IT facilities, better learning spaces and
new, vocational subjects to meet children’s individual
needs
1.3 Providing extended services such as out of school
activities, sports facilities, adult learning and health
services in schools
1.4 Schools sharing facilities, resources, staff,
information and knowledge to offer better learning
opportunities for pupils
1.5 Schools working together to make sure children
from all faiths and social backgrounds can learn and
socialise together
1.6 Improving facilities and resources in mainstream
schools to make them more accessible to children
with special educational needs
1.7 Creating a network of learning and leisure
facilities in state of the art, environmentally friendly
building that will inspire all who use them
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Part 2: Future Education Provision (see pages 8 - 10)
Do you agree with the proposals for future education provision? (please tick)
Strongly Agree Agree Neither Agree or
disagree
Disagree Strongly Disagree
2.1 Faith school proposals:
Your comments:
2.2 Special school proposals
Your comments:
2.3 Proposals for Schools in Darwen
Your comments:
2.4 Proposals for Community Schools in Blackburn
Your comments:
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3. Site Proposals – East Blackburn Community School/ Blakewater College (see page 10)
Do you agree with the proposals for future education provision? (please tick)
Strongly Agree Agree Neither Agree or
disagree
Disagree Strongly Disagree
3.1 The new school facility for east Blackburn should
be built on the current site of Blakewater College
Your comments:
3.2 The new school facility for east Blackburn should
be built on a new site - proposed as the current site of
the golf driving range on Haslingden Road
Your comments:
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4. Site Proposals – Tauheedal Islamic Girls Schools (see page 8)
Do you agree with the proposals for future education provision? (please tick)
Strongly Agree Agree Neither Agree or
disagree
Disagree Strongly Disagree
4.1 Tauheedal Islamic Girls Schools should be
developed on the current Beardwood School site
(subject to Beardwood School closing)
Your comments:
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5. Challenging Issues (see pages 13 - 14)
Please outline below your views on specifc proposals to close or co-locate some schools?
5.1 Views on the closure of Beardwood:
Your comments:
5.2 Views on the closure of Crosshill or co-location of the school on the site of a mainstream high school:
Your comments:
5.3 Views on the closure of Fernhurst Special School:
Your comments:
5.4. Do you have any concerns regarding the impact of Building Schools for the Future development on education in the Borough?
Your comments:
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7.

Additional Comments
Please use the space below to list any comments you may have on what the council is trying to achieve through the Building Schools for the Future programme:
Your comments:
If you would like to be entered into the prize draw, please complete the below, these details will only be used to notify the winner and runner up.
Name: _______________________________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________
Thank you for taking the time to complete and return this questionnaire.
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9. Glossary of terms
14 – 19 agenda: Introduction of vocational
diplomas. Providing students with the option to gain
qualifcations in areas like construction, healthcare
and sports
Autistic spectrum disorder: A disorder with symptoms
that include impairments in imagination, social
communication and social interaction, plus a strong
tendency towards repetitive behaviour
Cohesive: Together, united
Collaboration: Working together
Community access: Open to the public
Community cohesion: Communities with a common
vision and a sense of belonging, where different
backgrounds are appreciated and valued and where all
residents have access to the same life opportunities
Community schools: Schools maintained by the Local
Authority
Core curriculum: Key subjects e.g. maths, English and
information technology
Co-located schools: Schools that share the same site,
can also share facilities and resources
Extended services: Provide community/public access
to a wide range of social, educational and health
services, at or near school sites
Facilities: Buildings, equipment, services on offer
Flexible curriculum support: Flexible and adaptable
education support, to meet the needs of the individual
pupil e.g. differing durations, intensities, subject
options
Inclusive: For all, open to all, belonging
Information communication technology (ICT):
Computing and communications facilities and features
that in relation to Building Schools for Future (BSF) will
support teaching, learning and a range of education
activities
Level of attainment: What has been gained, or
achieved e.g. qualifcations, skills
Mainstream schools: Schools that cater for all pupils
Network approach: A joined up approach to working,
working together; supporting each other
Neighbourhood level: Based in a community; meeting
that community’s needs
Personalised learning: Learning and development
opportunities tailored to an individual’s needs, ability
and preferred learning style
Social segregation: Living apart, not belonging, a
separation of people based on race, faith or other
characteristic such as social or economic differences
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Special educational needs (SEN): Learning diffculties
or disabilities which make it harder to learn or access
education
Specialist resourced centres: Schools with specialist
teachers and resources in them. Children are
supported in class and/or in a base. They are full
members of the school but can access specialist
teaching alongside the ordinary curriculum
Specialist status: Any maintained secondary
school can apply for specialist status in one of
ten specialisms: arts, business and enterprise,
engineering, humanities, languages, mathematics and
computing, music, science, sports and technology.
Schools can also combine two specialisms. In addition
to a special focus on their chosen specialism, schools
must still meet national curriculum requirements and
deliver a broad and balanced education.
Specifc specialist provision: See specialist status
Stakeholders: An individual or group of people with
an interest, or stake, in the success of a programme or
project
Sustainable schools: Schools need to be built in the
right locations to match the demand for current and
future pupil places
Transformation: Change
Under-achieving: Failing, not reaching their full
potential
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Contact details
BSF Team
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
Floor West 3A
The Exchange
Ainsworth Street
Blackburn
BB1 6AD
Tel: (01254) 666760
Email: bsf@blackburn.gov.uk
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