Bradon Forest School is an inclusive school providing a broad and balanced curriculum regardless of ability, gender, language, ethnicity or cultural origin. Students have access to many extra-curricular activities. Wherever practicable, no student is excluded from any activity.  Self-esteem is promoted at every opportunity. We promote achievement, independence, inclusion and regular attendance.

Our overriding aim is for all students to leave the school with the skills necessary for adult life, and to fulfil their potential – academically and socially.

The school’s detailed and comprehensive SEND Information Report can be accessed here.

Additional information regarding SEND provision can be accessed using the following links, depending on your home address. Here you can find information and details of provision and support offered by your home authority.

If you are resident in the borough of Swindon, then please click here for more information.

For Wiltshire, please click on the following link – Local offer – Wiltshire Council

Links to the Wiltshire Autism Information pack can be accessed here, where you can find a downloadable guide for parents and carers who look after someone on the Autistic Spectrum aged 0-25 years.

Further links to the SEND Policy and SEND Curriculum Offer.

Download the school’s Access Plan here.

The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo) is Ms Trish Paisey.  She can be contacted by email on Our Deputy SENDCo is Ms Kate Hazell.  Her email address is