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Salford to get new special school for SEND children

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A new primary school for children with special educational needs and disabilities will be set up in Salford. The Department for Education approved council plans for the new ‘free’ SEND school.

Salford city council bosses say it will complement existing special schools and additionally-resourced schools and offer parents ‘a broader choice’.

And allow local children to stay and learn in the city, rather than having to travel to other areas. Officials will now begin on a suitable site and location for the new school. READ MORE: Tragedy as mechanic, 31, stepped in front of lorry on M61 after parking on hard shoulder Free schools are a type of academy.

Like academies, they are operated by a multi-academy trust. The new school will support children aged four to 11 years old who have complex educational needs.

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