Welcome to the Leicester Partnership School’s website
We provide a range of educational provision for young people, between the ages of 11-16 years, who have been excluded, or who are at risk of exclusion, from mainstream education. The provision and support that we offer can be accessed by KS3 and 4 students who are residents of Leicester City. We currently work with all city secondary schools and a number of county secondary schools to provide appropriate support for these students. We offer a broad range of full and part time educational programmes and courses and also work closely with a number of alternative provision providers throughout the city and county to provide students with access to a range of high quality, accredited, vocational courses and programmes .
In July 2018 Ofsted judged our education provision and support arrangements to be good and reported that …..
“Leaders have successfully maintained a culture where pupils feel safe and where trust and mutually respectful relationships are evident between staff and pupils. This is a real strength of the school. Pupils, parents and carers are positive about the school and feel well informed and supported. A typical parental comment was: ‘It’s brilliant, it’s like I’ve got a different lad!’ Behaviour is well managed.”
“Pupils have access to a wide range of vocational programmes of study, all of which can lead to an accredited qualification.”
Follow the links above to find out more about the provision and support that we offer. As well as providing information about the provision and support that we offer these links will also provide you with access to further information relating to the work of the LPS. In particular there is information about referral arrangements.
One of our key priorities is to ensure that children are able to learn in a safe, caring and enriching environment. Children are taught how to keep themselves safe, to develop positive and healthy relationships and how to avoid situations where they might be at risk, including by being exploited.
In July 2018 Ofsted judged our safeguarding arrangements to be effective and reported that …..
“Systems for recording and analysing incidents of poor behaviour and physical intervention are effective. Incidents are comprehensively documented and this includes appropriate post-incident feedback, which includes pupils’ and parents’ views. Leaders place a high priority on ensuring that staff are well trained and alert to the signs of pupils who may be at risk of harm.”
If you have any comments or suggestions about any aspect of the service that we provide please forward these to the appropriate staff detailed under each provision area or to myself at the email address provided below:
If you have any Health & Safety concerns relating to the Service or any of its partner organisations please contact myself or the Designated Senior Person for each provision, as detailed below:-
KS3 Designated Senior Leader – Hilroy Thomas (Ext 203)
KS4 Designated Senior Leader – Andrew Barrett (Ext 403)
Lead Designated Senior Leader – Rebecca Edwards (Ext 205)
SEN & Looked After Children’s Coordinator [SENCo/CoRAL] – Jude Colver (Ext 206)
If, as a parent or carer, you require any information or guidance relating to the safeguarding of children please click on the link below. The LSCB website provides Parents /Carers and those working with children with a comprehensive range of advice and information on what action to take if you have any concerns about the well-being or safety of a child. You can use the link below to access the LSCB Website …