Resource Bases - introduction
Southend-on-Sea City Council aim to deliver a range of high-quality provision for all children and young people with SEND. In addition to mainstream and specialist settings the Local Authority commission a number of resource bases (sometimes called Enhanced Provision) that provides support for:
- pupils with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD).
- pupils with speech and language disorder or significant language delay
- pupils with a diverse range of additional learning needs.
The table below shows the location of resource bases, provision type, age ranges and the number of places when fully open.
Southend-on-Sea City Council wish to add another autism resource base. If schools are interested in hosting a fourth primary or second secondary autism resource base, please contact Gary Bloom at GaryBloom@southend.gov.uk
For further information about resource bases and admission criteria please contact the SEND Team by email at SENteam@southend.gov.uk or call on 01702 215246.
|School Name||Provision Type||Age Range (years)||Places when fully open|
|Hamstel Infant School||Autism Resource Base||3 to 7||3 places|
|Temple Sutton Primary School||Autism Resource Base||3 to 11||12 places|
|Blenheim Primary School||Autism Resource Base||3 to 11||12 places|
|Greenways Primary School||Autism Resource Base||4 to 11||12 places|
|Southend High School for Boys||Autism Resource Base||11 to 16||15 places|
|Fairways Primary School||Speech, Language and Communication Resource Base||4 to 11||15 places|
|Chase High School||Learning Resource Base||11 to 16||12 places|
|Shoeburyness High School||Learning Resource Base||11 to 16||18 places|