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Focus School - Stoke Poges Campus

Focus School Reading Primary Campus is a small non-selective, co-educational school for the children of Brethren communities in the local area. The school is part of a network of schools affiliated to the Focus Learning Trust (FLT) and caters for pupils between the ages of seven and eleven years old. Most pupils come from families in the city of Reading, but a few come from further afield, such as High Wycombe. The school is owned by the Fulmer Education Trust, as is the Focus School Stoke Poges

School Lane
Stoke Poges
Slough
Berkshire
SL2 4QA

+44(0)1753 662167

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ISC associations: ISA

Religious affiliation: Christian

Day/boarding type: Day

Gender profile: Coeducational

Size: 84

Focus School - Stoke Poges Campus fees:

Day fees per term:
£999

Scholarships & bursaries:
None

ISC reference number:
10140

DfE reference number:
825 / 6037

Boys - age range & pupil numbers:

Day: 11 to 18 (40)

Sixth form: (10)

Girls - age range & pupil numbers:

Day: 11 to 18 (44)

Sixth form: (12)

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Additional Information

The fundamental principles of Focus Learning Trust in England are tied to the Children and Families Act 2014 Part 3 and SEND Code of Practice 2015. The process begins with the child in the centre and is constructed to enhance children’s learning by providing high quality learning programmes matched to the needs of individual students and aimed at promoting their full participation in society. The school is committed to creating learning programmes and environments that meet the educational and welfare needs of each student, and to nurture the attitudes and skills necessary for continual learning and personal growth throughout life. ‘Learning to Learn’ means using learning as a tool whereby students are equipped with the ability to think critically, process information perceptually, analyse data accurately and evaluate situations intelligently in order that they fulfil their true potential. Support for learners plays a key role. This entails removing barriers to learning, early intervention and support and welfare.

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