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Christ the King RC Primary School

A voluntary aided primary school.

Christ the King hosts a 20 place Specialist Resource for primary age children in Reading who have Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC - often called ASD). To apply for a place at The Ark a child must have either a statement or an EHCP and needs to go through panel and not through the main school. 

Our Resource opened in November 2011. The children in our Resource have brought a new and delightful dimension to life at Christ the King.  Our Resource is now part of the network of provision which includes the "Snowflakes" Resource at Newbridge Nursery and the secondary age Asperger's Resource at Blessed Hugh Faringdon Catholic School.

Staff from the Resource can give us advice about other children with ASD.  We also have a Family Worker, a non- class based SENCO, an SEN assistant and a small team of learning support assistants on staff.  We benefit from extra sessions from a Speech Therapist and extra  weekly sessions from a Play Therapist, Massage Therapist  and an Art Therapist.

 Christ the King RC Primary School has published their local Offer and their ASD Resource Local Offer to provide information on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

This setting has signed up to offer Tax Free Childcare.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Nikki McVeigh - Head Teacher
(0118) 937 5434

Where to go

Lulworth Road

Childcare Information

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Local Offer


No changes to current LO submission for 2021-22

Contact Name
Janet Asker
Contact Telephone
0118 9015434
Contact Email
Christ the King RC Primary School - Website
SEND Policies
Accessibility Plan
Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (4-10 years)
SEN Provision Type
Local Offer Updated
Download more Local Offer details for SEND Information Report - Local Offer Document 2021-22 here...

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