Haughton School is a primary special school which caters for pupils with moderate learning
difficulties and complex needs. These are becoming increasingly more complex and many pupils
also have behavioural difficulties.
The school has an Early Years Foundation Stage, seven mixed aged classes and one class in the
The majority of pupils are White British. The proportion of pupils entitled to support from the pupil premium (which provides extra
funding to the school for pupils known to be eligible for free school meals and children from
other groups, such as those being looked after) is well above average.
All pupils have statements of special educational needs. The school has a specially resourced provision for pupils with special educational needs in the
form of a behavioural unit for up to six pupils.
The numbers of pupils entering and leaving the school at times other than those normally
expected is very high with some year groups experiencing a 75% change between Early Years
Foundation Stage and Year 6.
The headteacher is also the headteacher of a local assessment unit, which did not form part of
The school is on the same site as a primary school.
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