Hazelbeck is a Secondary school for pupils with special educational needs.
We have children on roll from age 11 to 19 years. Our admissions are controlled by the local authority (LA). We usually admit pupils into the main school in September each year. In term admissions are at the request of the LA.
We are unable accept direct requests for placement from parents or carers or other local authorities. If you wish to have a place at Hazelbeck for your child you need to contact the Local Authority Special Education Needs Department. (Information can be found by clicking the link https://bso.bradford.gov.uk/content/admissions)
It is expected that all pupils placed at Hazelbeck School will have a 'cognition and learning need'. That is that they will function cognitively below the levels of their mainstream peers and be learning at a slower pace. They may also have additional sensory, physical, medical or social and emotional and mental health needs or they may be autistic.
Entry requirements to Hazelbeck Sixth Form: All applicants to Hazelbeck Sixth Form will have an EHCP and each student’s admission will be on a case by case basis and discussion with the Headteacher and Local Authority.