Craig-Y-Parc School 

Craig Y Parc is an independent day school for pupils from age 3 to 19 years. Currently, the age range of pupils at the school is from age 6 to 19 years. The school is situated alongside Ty Cwtch registered children’s home, which provides residential care for young people.

All pupils have statements of special educational need (SEN) or education, health and care plans (EHCP).

Our curriculum is one specifically designed to meet the individual needs of our students. We focus heavily on developing communication skills, physical and sensory abilities, numeracy, digital competence, well-being, thinking, and life skills.

Craig y Parc provides a highly qualified and experienced team of therapists to support all students. The team are closely involved with external healthcare professionals. Often they are the first to identify significant physical changes in a student and liaising with local therapists or medical teams is vital in monitoring clinical, surgical or equipment needs. All of our therapy programmes are individually tailored and based on a thorough assessment and evaluation of each student’s needs.

Therapy Specialists on site full-time include:

  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Nurses
  • Speech & Language Therapists
  • QTMSI Teacher

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