The T Plus Centre is a day school for boys aged between 11 and 16 years of age. There are currently six
students attending, aged between 13 and 16 years of age, all attend full time. The school caters for
students who are in the care of a local authority. Most of the students have been in the school for less than three terms.
The school was last inspected in November 2011 and received a monitoring inspection in April 2012. At the time of the inspection technical problems meant that some aspects of the website could not be
accessed such as the school policies.
All students have a statement of special educational needs for behavioural, emotional and social
conditions. Some also have additional complex difficulties that include autistic spectrum conditions, post-traumatic stress and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. All are placed at the school by local
The school has one main site, which is new, and a technology unit a few hundred metres away from the
main school. The main building has ample accommodation to cater for its current numbers and to cope with younger pupils if necessary. The school first opened in 2007.
There have been several changes in staff and the senior leadership team has been strengthened. As it is
a relatively small staff team, the three teachers all take responsibility for various subjects. This they do effectively through careful monitoring of students' work, lesson observations and scrutiny of progress data.
The school uses a range of local sports centres to provide physical education opportunities. They also use
St Austell College, for both work and further education opportunities.
Students are not entered early for GCSE examinations. The school is not in receipt of pupil premium funding for those disadvantaged students who attend.
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