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Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Pupil Referral Services

Institution Type: Pupil Referral Unit
Age Range: 4 - 16
Gender: Not applicable
Religious Character: Does not apply.
School Capacity: 70
Pupils on Roll: 65 Boys: 42 Girls: 23
Head: Mary Holland
Tel: 01242 581519
St George's Centre Alstone Lane
Cheltenham, GLS, GL51 8HH
United Kingdom
51° 54' 12.33" N, 2° 5' 50.2116" W
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Locality: St Peter's
Local Authority: Gloucestershire
Parliamentary Constituency: Cheltenham

Ofsted school description

Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Pupil Referral Unit accepts pupils who have been permanently excluded, temporarily excluded or are in danger of being excluded from their mainstream schools. A minority, particularly in the younger age groups, are supported in returning to their mainstream school or college, therefore many pupils are dual registered. Pupils remain in the unit for as little as a few days or, in a few cases, for up to two or three years. Most pupils have emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. Many have underachieved in the past and a very small minority of pupils have additional difficulties with learning. Almost all pupils are from White British origins. The unit opened in September 2007 and is a reorganisation of two previously existing pupil referral units. Pupils in Key Stage 4 are on one site at the St George's Centre and those in Key Stages 1 to 3 are on another at the Rodney Road Centre. Currently there are no pupils under the age of seven. The unit manager was appointed in January 2008. The unit is part of a wider service, providing support to pupils and schools in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury, which is run by the unit managers.


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Ofsted School Assessment

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Special needs & Pupil: Teacher ratio

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