Parents & Carers


  • Autumn Term
    • 5th September 2016 to 16 December 2016
  • Autumn Half Term Holiday
    • 22nd October 2016 to 30th October 2016
  • Christmas Holiday
    • 17 December 2016 to 2 January 2017
Please Note
At the beginning of each term pupils start at 12 pm and at the end of each term pupils finish at 12pm
  • Spring Term
    • 3rd January 2017 to 7 April 2017
  • Spring Half Term Holiday
    • 18th February 2017 to 26th February 2017
  • Easter Holiday
    • 8th April 2017 to 23rd April 2017
Please Note
At the beginning of each term pupils start at 12 pm and at the end of each term pupils finish at 12pm
Academic Year 2016 – 2017

  • Summer Term
    • 24th April 2017 to 25th July 2017
  • Summer Half Term Holiday
    • 27th May 2017 to 4th June 2017
  • Summer Holiday
    • 26th July 2017 to 3rd September 2017
Please Note
At the beginning of each term pupils start at 12 pm and at the end of each term pupils finish at 12pm
2016/2017

  • Sept 5th 2016
  • Sept 6th 2016
  • Nov 21st 2016
  • Feb 6th 2017
  • March 17th 2017
  • June 23rd 2017
Please Note
At the beginning of each term pupils start at 12 pm and at the end of each term pupils finish at 12pm

Admissions


Admissions Fair Ways Southampton Hampshire UKStudents are referred to Fair Ways School because the severity and diversity of their needs is such that they cannot be met effectively in other local Schools or Special Units. If we aspire to meet such needs, it is essential that a systematic approach be adopted and that planning commences at the time of referral.

Referrals to Fair Ways School are generally made through the local authority in which the child lives; either for educational or social reasons. However, particularly if the child has a Education, Health, care Plan or statement of special educational needs parents are hearing of our work and identifying us as the school of choice for their children.

In the first instance, when considering a referral, contact the Head of School, who will be happy to arrange a look around the school and a talk on the processes in place to support the students. once the decision is made to go ahead with the referral, staff from the school will arrange to go out to the prospective student (hopefully) in their current school or at home, and carry out a pre-placement assessment and design a 6 week transition time table.

Parents Meetings


Parents Meetings Fair Ways Southampton Hampshire UKFair Ways School commit to supporting our students and encouraging the positive development of their social and emotional needs. The objective of the parent support meetings is to provide a space were parents and carers can be part of a facilitated space where they can share information about their children’s presenting behaviour.

The unconscious objective is to provide an emotional holding environment where difficult feelings and behaviour can be explored held on to and unpicked. The facilitators can also provide parents and carers with support i.e. techniques to manage behaviour at home, and, in time, develop an understanding of different forms of communication.

Fair Ways School strongly promote the imperative sharing of information between parents, carers and the school in order to achieve the best possible outcome for the child; supporting their social learning and enhancing their engagement within their academic lessons. The aim is to provide a consistent approach in managing behaviour and emotions between the School and parents.

Parent support meetings are held fortnightly. Please contact the school administrator or Pastoral Manager for more details or join in the relaxed environment on Thursday afternoons. If parents prefer the Pastoral team can meet with you on an individual basis.


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