Welcome to Reynalds Cross School, where ‘Every Child Matters’.
Choosing the right school for your child can be one of the most challenging tasks a parent/carer has to face. The correct environment where your child can thrive is of paramount importance.
Reynalds Cross School caters for pupils aged 2½ to 19 with severe to profound multiple learning difficulties and a large proportion are on the autistic spectrum.
Our school is divided into Lower School and Upper School and we also have an excellent sixth form centre, known as The Link. Pupils are grouped into classes of approximately eight to ten, dependent on age and ability. These groups vary from year to year to best meet the needs of all pupils.
We currently have twelve classes and 110 pupils on roll.
We are immensely proud of all our staff. They are passionate about helping every child at school, working together to create a happy, innovative and thriving environment where your child will flourish and be the best that they can be.
School Facilities & Activities
Reynalds Cross School is situated in its own grounds on the same campus as Langley Secondary School, in a residential area just off the main Warwick Road.
The school boasts many wonderful facilities including a warm water swimming pool, light and dark sensory rooms, a recently refurbished soft play room and several food technology kitchens.
Outdoors we have modern playground facilities accessible for all abilities and a recently installed sensory garden for all our pupils to enjoy.
Reynalds Cross has four minibuses that are constantly in use taking pupils out into the community to visit shops, parks, farms and other areas of community interest.
We offer a variety of after school and lunchtime clubs throughout the year and this year have these have included football, dance, choir and bike club.
All classes have interactive smart boards and iPads with apps including My Choice Pad using Makaton symbols to aid communication for our non-verbal pupils. One of our teaching assistants is a qualified Makaton tutor and all staff take part in Makaton training to enhance communication throughout school.
Each year some pupils are able to experience a few nights away on a residential trip. Past trips have included Dodford Farm, Blackpool, YHA Edale in Derbyshire, Blackwell Court and Foxes Hotel in Somerset.