Virtual School Beta Site
Welcome from the Virtual School Headteacher
Our School aims to promote high aspirations for our children placed in care and previously looked after, to ensure all pupils are given the opportunity to succeed and develop their full potential. We believe that every individual is capable of achieving, and constantly striving for excellence.
Our Virtual School is not a teaching tool or online learning environment. We do not replace the school or educational provision for our Children Looked After.
We are a statutory service which exists to support and challenge all those involved in the education of children in care. We work primarily with school age children and use the Personal Educational Plan as a vehicle for raising standards and improving educational outcomes. We also support Post 16 learning and Early Years and have a network of staff supporting colleagues and agencies in these areas.
We are dedicated to developing happy and successful students
The Virtual School works closely with colleagues both in education settings and Social Care. The Virtual School highlights the importance of education and educational stability within every decision made about the provision or care of individual children.
Virtual School guidance during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Guidance for parents, carers and educational settings
The Virtual School will be continuing to support schools, carers and children in these difficult times and will remain available to offer advice and assistance when needed.
There is a list of online resources, for different areas of learning and development. Please see Coronavirus (COVID-19) educational resources for children and young people
Please check regularly for updates and please email Prime-VirtualSchoolTeam@babcockinternational.com with any suggestions of sites we can add.
For more information on the Virtual School
Email the team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our current website: Worcestershire Virtual School website (opens in a new window)
Telephone: 01905 678149