Inclusion is where every child and every adult who learns and works in a school is valued and whose educational and personal needs are met. Inclusion is also about parents and the community in which the school exists. It is not about integration, which has a whole different meaning and context. It is not about treating everybody the same, instead it’s about meeting individual needs and being prepared to be different. It’s about equality of opportunity and an inclusive framework that carries through all policies and actions. In an inclusive school, everybody’s voice is heard, encouraged, and valued. Strong relationships are the key to an inclusive school, but it is important to say that these relationships won’t just happen… they have to be nurtured and cultivated so that they can evolve and be flexible to ever-changing demands and needs. (IQM 2022)

Here at Corpus we pride ourselves on being an inclusive College, our Catholic ethos guides us to be inclusive to all and we nurture a welcoming environment for all students regardless of their abilities or background.  We have a range of SEND/SEMH support packages including our Resource Base Provision, Nurture Provision, SEMH well-being room along with targeted bespoke support plans.

Details of our school policy can be downloaded from the link below;

SEND Policy 

SEND Policy & Information Report- CCCC

The college accessibility policy can also be downloaded from the link below.

Accessibility Policy

Our Leeds Local Offer

Contact the Resource Provision by email:



Miss K Mosby – Assistant Principal & Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator (SENDCO)

Mr G O’Donnell –  SENCO

Teaching Staff

Mrs L Hardy

Miss H Richards

Support Staff

Mrs J Navey – SEN / Inclusion Administrator

Mrs P Bradish – Learning Mentor

Mr B Percival – HLTA- SEMH Intervention

Mrs D Ruddock – HLTA

Mrs A Thurman – HLTA

Mrs L Valentine – HLTA

Mr C Whincup- HLTA

Mrs C Myland – Intervention Support Worker

Miss M Turner – Intervention Support Worker