Admission via Sheffield City Council
Bents Green School offers places to students who have an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP). The school caters for a range of students with severe and profound learning difficulties and associated disorders.
Interested Parents/Carers are welcome to contact the school for further information. Parent/Carer visits are available, please telephone the school on 0114 2363545 to arrange a visit.
We follow Sheffield City Councils school admissions policies and procedures as they approve and organise placement of students to the school. Any interested individuals are encouraged to speak to them with issues relating to the possibility of placement or a change of placement. The SEN team are the first point of enquiry and can be contacted on 0114 2735679.
For more information about this, as well as contact numbers for School Admissions, please see Sheffield City Council Admissions page.
New Parents and Students
We want to make sure the process of moving to Bents Green is as pleasant as possible. We recommend using the website and we will provide other information to allow parents/carers and students to begin familiarising themselves with Bents Green before their arrival. Some other information you may find useful can be found below.
Schools latest Bents Greenreen OFSTED report
Admission to Bents Green School, Westfield Hub and Sheaf Training is currently allocated by Sheffield Children and Young People’s Service within the Local Authority Admission Policy and Procedures. All students have an EHCP. All visits to Bents Green School, Ringinglow Road, Westfield Hub and Sheaf Training Post 16 are by appointment only, please contact the school on 0114 2363545 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Once allocated a place at Bents Green, a request for school transport is made through the allocated SEN Caseholder. School Transport is provided through an assessment of need and the meeting of the criteria specified by Children and Young People’s Services.
Bents Green School supports the learning needs of students on the Autistic Spectrum, the pathways below demonstrate the level of personalisation and type of learning environment required for successful lifelong learning within the Bents Green Learning Community.
Low Academic Ability Low Social Skills
Mid Academic Ability Social Emotional Need
Mid Academic Ability High Social Skills
High Academic Ability High Social Skills
High Academic Ability Low Social Skills