Victoria School is a community special school maintained by Birmingham City Council (BCC) for pupils aged 2 to 19 years who have cognition and learning difficulties in addition to physical disabilities and/or complex health care needs.
Many of our pupils have profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and we also have a specialist Multi-Sensory Impairment Unit (MSI) for children who are deaf-blind.
The pupils are predominantly from Birmingham and surrounding areas. Admission to the school occurs at all ages and at all points in the year. All pupils have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
Pupils can only be admitted to the school following a referral to the school by the Local Education Authority. Assessment places can only be arranged on an individual case by case basis by the Local Authority. Following a referral by The Local Authority, the school will contact parents to arrange admission.
The school's full admission policy is available below: