Thank you for visiting our website, we hope that you enjoy exploring information about Samuel Pepys School.
The school provides specialist education for 120 children and young people (PAN-102) aged 3 to 19 with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) living within St Neots or the surrounding villages.
Families and school staff work in partnership together to co-produce learning outcomes, targets and supportive strategies for every pupil. The dedicated, skilled staff team also work with therapists and colleagues in health and social care to best meet the individual needs of each learner. The school has a wide range of learning resources and approaches to offer an engaging, personalised curriculum for all learners.
We are a forward-thinking school; a lead school with The Pilgrim Partnership for initial teacher training and have a strong commitment to professional learning for all staff.
If you want more information about Samuel Pepys School as a prospective parent or carer, are interested in joining the staff team or thinking about a teaching career within a specialist school we hope that you find the information you need.
Please do contact the school to discuss how we may be able to help and work together. A member of the office team will be happy to take your call or email. Click here to visit the contact page. Paper copies of information on our website may be provided upon request.
We hope that as you learn more about our school you will see that our practice is driven by our core values for everyone within our school community.
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Joanne Hardwick – Samuel Pepys Head Teacher