Beverley Park

Beverley Park is a satellite provision run by Beverley Specialist School and Park End Primary School for pupils aged 5-11. Pupils who attend Beverley Park provision are dual registered between their home school and Beverley Park.

Beverley Specialist school

Beverley School is an all age specialist school for students with a diagnosis of autism and associated learning needs. Please visit the school website to find out more by clicking here.

Park End Primary school

Park End Primary School is a mainstream primary, for pupils ages 2-11 years old.


Middlesbrough Local Authority SEND team allocate places at Beverley Park. Children who attend Beverley Park display social communication difficulties, such as autism. Children do not need a diagnosis or an EHCP to attend Beverley Park.


If you would like any further information about Beverley Park, please contact:

Erika Walkington – SEND officer

Wendy Rush – Assistant Head for Beverley Park

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