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School Information

Please find below details of our school, including FAQs, uniform arrangements and the home-school agreement:

Action Communication Expectations 2019
These expectations apply to all members of our community and our visitors. They apply to students and staff whenever they are in contact with each other, including face to face, on the phone and via social media – inside or outside of school hours.

The Structure of a School Day
The school day will start at 8am and end at 2pm, on a Friday the finish time will be 1.30pm – the above document sets out how students will be working throughout the day.

School Uniform
The ACE Tiverton uniform will consist of a polo shirt, and a grey cardigan or sweater, along with a dedicated PE uniform. Details for measurements and an order form are included below:
School Uniform Measurements
Uniform Order Form

Rewards Overview
As part of the ACE Community, you can earn points in celebration of your progress and participation in learning, social and community activities. This document outlines how you can gather points in your lessons.

SHAPE Daily Reflection
At the beginning of each day, we think about the type of day we want to have. At the end of the day, we reflect on the type of day we have experienced.

Frequently Asked Questions
ACE Tiverton Special School is a brand new, innovative co-educational school designated to support secondary age pupils with SEMH needs and for Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) pupils who fall within the average to high ability range. This document answers some of the questions you may have about the school.

Home-School Agreement
Our Home-College-Community Agreement sets out the expectations that the school has of you as a pupil and what you can expect from us. The core purpose of the school is to ensure that you can learn to the very best of your ability. 

Safeguarding Statement
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the health, safety and welfare of all our students and expect all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. Under Section 11 of the Children’s Act 2004 we have the responsibility to safeguard and promote our students’ welfare; this responsibility complements Section 175 of the Education Act 2002. We listen to our students and take seriously what they tell us.​
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the health, safety and welfare of all our students and expect all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. Under Section 11 of the Children’s Act 2004 we have the responsibility to safeguard and promote our students’ welfare; this responsibility complements Section 175 of the Education Act 2002. We listen to our students and take seriously what they tell us.