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Claires Court Schools have three main sites in Maidenhead. The College which houses The Nursery (co-ed aged 3-4), girls aged 4 - 16 and the co-ed sixth form for those aged from 16 to 18. Across town is Junior Boys (aged 4 - 11), and on a separate site Senior Boys (aged 11 - 16).

The school operates a policy of the girls and boys meeting for residential trips, other excursions and whole of school events.
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We provide specialist diagnostic and support services for dyslexic, dyspraxic and dysgraphic students. Tuition is by withdrawal for one to one and small group work. Mainstream subjects may be sacrificed to allow for withdrawal, or missed through rotation on a school day. Whilst other needs are recognised and supported, such as teaching for English as a second language or behaviour management for students with ADHD, the purposes of our special needs provision are to ensure students remain engaged with a broad, balanced and imaginative curriculum. All 5 phases of education (nursery, foundation, primary, secondary and sixth form) have appropriately qualified staff to co-ordinate our SEN provision, though the actual costs of tutor time for individual and group work is met by parents of the individuals concerned.

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