Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

Learning Resource Centre

The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) at Ysgol Harri Tudur/Henry Tudor School is a specialist centre for learners with ASC and more complex needs, providing wraparound care and educational support to ensure pupils and students achieve their full potential.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder, which affects the way a person communicates with and relates to other people and the world around them. The way in which people are affected varies from one individual to another and by age and intellectual functioning. (ASD Wales 2010)

The current capacity is 24 but we do offer support to LRC pupils in sixth form. Nearly all pupils in the LRC access the National Curriculum via mainstream lessons and access interventions within the LRC. Pupils with ASD require highly individualised planning to meet their learning needs.

The Purpose of the LRC

  • To provide pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum that is highly differentiated in order to support them in achieving their full potential.

  • A classroom based provision within a mainstream school providing education for pupils with complex learning needs.

  • All pupils have the opportunity to be part of mainstream school lessons and to socialise with their peers whilst their individual needs are supported and met.

‘….the greatest cognitive and academic progress has been achieved by teachers who show empathetic understanding and are flexible in their teaching strategies, assessments and expectations.’ (Attwood, 2007)

Newsdesk

The NHS has created a new single point of contact where there is a team of clinicians available to support anyone with emotional and mental health concerns. If you are concerned about yourself, a member of your family, or friend please do hesitate to contact them. Read More…

Family Fun Day at Carew Castle on Sunday the 24th of July. This flyer allows school aged children free entry to the event. They can be used either printed or electronically for free access. Read More…

Please encourage your child to come to school with a full water bottle which can be reused; this will help keep your child hydrated, be good for the environment and assist the staff in the Refectory. Read More…

The Parent Partnership Service is now taking bookings for the upcoming Virtual Parent Network Group – ‘Positive Parenting’ – July 5th 10:00-11.30am. Read More…

We are pleased to announce that our tickets for this years production for Annie are now on sale. The shows are Monday 11th July - Thursday 14th July, starting at 6:30pm. Read More…

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