Parents & Professionals
‘To give children and young people with additional learning needs every opportunity to pursue their fullest potential, by providing a specialised service through a holistic integrated approach.’
Craig-y-Parc School offers day provision for pupils aged 3-19 years with physical and sensory disabilities, complex needs such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and a wide range of additional learning needs.
Craig-Y-Parc is more than just a school – we are a wonderfully warm and vibrant community where children and young adults come to learn, live, have fun and get the most out of life.
We are committed to providing and sustaining excellent multi-disciplinary holistic teaching and learning experiences for all pupils, supported by a positive, caring and vibrant working environment for staff. We encourage and enable our students to take on new and exciting challenges with the support of our skilled team.
The admissions process is designed to ensure that prospective students find the right pathway that meets their unique needs and aspirations.
It begins with an initial inquiry
We encourage prospective students to visit
Complete an application form
Our intake team carefully reviews each submission
Successful applicants are offered a place at school subject to funding
Students are supported through the enrolment process, which involves completing the necessary paperwork, transition visits
We ensure that every prospective student receives the guidance they need to embark on a successful educational journey with us
Academic Year 2023 – 2024
|5th September 2023
|27th October 2023
|6th November 2023
|22nd December 2023
|9th January 2024
|9th February 2024
|20th February 2024
|22nd March 2024
|9th April 2024
|24th May 2024
|3rd June 2024
|22nd July 2024
Our Welcome to Craig Y Parc is available for download and has a comprehensive guide to the school and You can download the latest copy of our prospectus here.