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.
AT time of writing they have 184 learners on roll. The SILC welcomes learners who are aged between 2-19 years with an EHCP and is classed as generic. What this means is that they cater for a wide range of special educational needs - moderate and severe learning difficulties, complex and multiple learning needs (CMLN / PMLD); complex autism, autism spectrum disorders 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.
4 Town Street, Stanningley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS28 6HL
Phone: 0113 3862450
To visit the schools website, click here.
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