Penn Hall School offers high quality education and care for children aged 3 -19 years who have a range of additional needs linked to physical disability, severe learning difficulty, profound and multiple learning difficulty or autism spectrum condition. Penn Hall School operates within Wolverhampton City Council’s Scheme for Co-ordinated Admission Arrangements and it is through this local authority that children and young people are placed at the school.
As with all special schools, children and young people are admitted to Penn Hall School with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) that names the school . Before an EHCP is issued, the child or young person will have undergone formal assessment. After this multi-professional assessment, parents will receive a plan describing the child’s or young person’s special educational needs and the various elements of special educational, health and social care provision required.