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West SILC Special Educational Needs Information Report

West Specialist Inclusive Learning Centre (SILC) is a community special school, under the organisation of Leeds City Council. The school has a governing body which supports and challenges the principal to guide the future direction of the school. We have 184 learners on roll. The SILC admits learners who are aged between 2-19 years with a statement of special educational needs and is classed as generic. What this means is that we cater for a wide range of special educational needs - moderate and severe learning difficulties, complex and multiple learning needs (CMLN / PMLD); complex autism,  Asperger's and Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. West SILC is also a regional centre of excellence for the MOVE programme, which supports our learners with physical disabilities to develop functional skills for everyday life – sitting, standing and for some, even walking. We provide outreach to other schools to develop these programmes.

Please see the attached documents for further detail.

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