<q>The school is a happy and harmonious place of learning.</q> Ofsted 2013

Welcome to The Redway School ‘an extra special’ special school within Milton Keynes. We hope that you will find our website a helpful introduction to our school.

Our website has been designed to give you a flavour of our school, its aims and values, but to fully appreciate our school a visit is highly recommended. We are a caring school and work hard to provide a safe and happy place where everyone feels valued.

The Redway School focuses on meeting the needs of all pupils, both collectively and individually. We are committed to providing an enjoyable, quality education for all our pupils within a friendly atmosphere where they can fulfil their potential, grow in confidence and most importantly be happy. We believe that the school is successful in encouraging every child to feel valued in an environment where all achievements, however small are recognised and celebrated.

We believe strongly in working closely with parents and carers and welcome all contributions to the education of your children.

We provide a high quality education, and believe in developing our pupil’s basic skills with a particular emphasis on literacy, communication and numeracy as well as developing skills for independent life.

For more information regarding our curriculum, please see the curriculum area of our website as well as that of the different therapies that we provide for our pupils.

I do hope that you find our website helpful. If there is any further information you would like about the school, do get in contact as I will be only too pleased to help.

Ruth Sylvester
Headteacher

Redway School
What We Offer:
  • Excellent Teaching and Support Staff
  • A well resourced school
  • 'State of the art' technology
  • A unique and creative curriculum
  • Support for parents and carers
  • Leading the way in SEN
  • Career development
And much, much more...
Supported By...
Supported by Geneteic Disorders UK (GDUK)
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