Adelaide School is a small special educational needs (SEN) school that values and supports students with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties (BESD).
The school, based in Adelaide Street, Crewe, has won the ‘Special Needs School’ of the Year award at the TES Schools Awards 2013.
The TES Schools Awards celebrate the very best in education as well as the initiatives schools take to better the lives of future generations and the people who make these initiatives happen.
Assistant headteacher, Nic Brindle, who nominated the school for the award, was on hand to collect it at a ceremony at the Park Plaza at Westminster Bridge, in London
Cheshire East Councillor Rachel Bailey, Cabinet member in charge of children and family services, said: “It gives me great pleasure to congratulate the school on this success and I hope it continues. It thoroughly deserves this accolade – so well done to all the staff.”