Welcome to Crowdys Hill School
If you have any Safeguarding concerns/questions/queries our
Designated Safeguarding Lead can be contacted on – 07955 772121.
Term 3 – Remote Learning
Crowdys Hill Sharepoint can be accessed via the password sent home with work for your child – (Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a password reminder.)
For Crowdys Hill Home Schooling Page - click here
Links for other educational websites - click here
Remote Learning Documents
Remote Learning Policy - click here
Remote Learning Offer for Pupils - click here
Information about Remote Learning - click here
Terms 1 and 2 Statement of Use of Covid Catch Up Funding - click here
Crowdys Hill – Coronavirus Advice
Risk Assessment for a full return - click here
Risk Assessment Covid-19 - click here
Government – Coronavirus Advice
Government advice on re-opening schools – click here
Department of Education – Latest update on Coronavirus – click here
Government – Latest update on Coronavirus – click here
Public Health England – Latest update on Coronavirus – click here
NHS – Latest update on Coronavirus – click here
Swindon SEND Families Voice helpline details - click here
CAMHS Resources – click here
We are moving all our payments for school dinners, trips, etc online. Your username and password was sent home with details of how to register and pay. From September 2020 we will only accept online orders and payments, no paper menus will be sent home and no payments will be accepted in school.
Welcome to Crowdys Hill School.
We are an all through special school, for children from 5 to 19 years of age. Our pupils have moderate learning difficulties, with other complex needs.
We offer an adapted National Curriculum, with a variety of extra activities to develop our pupils’ social, physical, sensory and communication abilities. We consider ourselves to be a supportive, encouraging environment where children can build their confidence, and self-esteem. We give them opportunities to visit many areas of Swindon and beyond to allow them to be part of their community. We encourage our pupils to be tolerant, caring and positive minded citizens. We feel that we produce employable citizens, who have a good understanding of what a good employee is, and how to get a job which is useful knowledge to have in these changing times for workers.
Our school has an excellent reputation in Swindon due, mainly, to our dedicated and experienced staff and our place in the community. Our pupils are frequently on trips and visits to local events and facilities, to build their confidence and independence. We offer residential trips, themed trips, theatre trips, activity trips and even visits to the seaside. Our pupils take part in local music and drama events, and have travelled as far as Bristol and to Wembley Arena to show off their performing abilities.
We have a fantastic farm on site, which is under the final stages of an upgrade at present, so we can widen our links with the community. Currently pupils learn how to look after a range of animals, from rabbits to alpacas. Most of our buildings are under five years old, which means that they are purpose built and spacious.
We have two flats where the Sixth Form pupils learn about how to look after a home and have links with a local charity, Swindon Night Shelter, where our pupils work in their local shop to develop their retail skills.
Potential admissions are welcome to come and look around our beautiful school, please call reception to arrange a tour.
We hugely value the support our parents/carers provide and we pride ourselves on clear, transparent and regular home/school communication. Our website is updated regularly. We have a school app and a texting service as well as good old fashioned letters and phonecalls.
We hope that this website is helpful and informative. If you can’t find what you want or just want more information please get in touch with us. All the details can be found on the ‘contact us’ tab.
If you are a parent or carer and would like a paper copy of any of the information on this website please contact us and this will be provided free of charge.
Crowdys Hill receive a brand new 16 seater accessible minibus from the Lord Taverners – click here for further details
Crowdys Hill receive funding for a sensory room in our Primary school – click here for further information
Click here for a link to parental advice about the website Tik-Tok
No employee have a gross salary over £100,000.
Date this page was last modified: 3 February 2021