At Cumbric we provide a safe, supportive, inclusive and highly specialised educational environment – we put all our efforts into finding ways to unlock each individual’s unique potential and always focus on the best possible outcome.
Cumbric offers an alternative education for pupils who have been permanently excluded or those at risk of permanent exclusion from school. We provide a full and engaging education curriculum that has been created to meet the individual needs of the pupil. Our aims and objectives are to work towards a relevant outcome that will provide apprenticeship/work opportunities.
Eric held the position of Head Teacher over a 30-year period. He began his teaching career in mainstream education in 1977. He has extensive teaching experience across the entire spectrum of age groups, from Nursery through to secondary.
He also gained experience in the role of advisory teacher within a Local Authority. From 1983, Eric worked in the Special Needs sector providing education for children aged 2-19 years. He held Senior Leadership posts from 1988 onwards, including residential as well as day provision. He holds a Masters in Education and a degree in Special Educational Needs.
John has worked in the education sector since 1999. He has held positions which include working with primary and secondary pupils with Special Educational Needs, and working in a Senior Management role. He has a depth of experience working with pupils with social, emotional, and behavioural difficulties.
In 2010 John sat on the pupil referral panel to assist the Special Educational Needs transfer process for schools in a Local Authority.
Our prospectus will guide you on what is important at Cumbric education. Please view or download for all information and contact details.
In addition to the curriculum information within the prospectus for both KS3 and KS4 you may want to make an appointment to discuss your child’s particular curricular needs.
If your child requires specific assistance with learning or with mobility including pupils with Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) please contact the school. Our curriculum documentation will also show how we adapt the curriculum for pupils with English as a second language to ensure complete inclusivity.