Middlefield Community School mainly serves families from its immediate locality. The school roll has declined from its high in 2002 because of a reduction in the overall population in the area. Few pupils come from minority ethnic groups or speak English as an additional language. Over half of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals, which is well above that found nationally as is the proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. These special educational needs and/or disabilities relate to a range of barriers to learning, mainly behavioural, emotional and social difficulties as well as moderate learning difficulties. The school also hosts an 18-place unit for pupils who have severe behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. More pupils join or leave the school throughout the year than is found in schools nationally. The school holds the Healthy Schools Award and the advanced level Inclusion Charter Mark among its range of accreditation.
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Alderwood Avenue, Speke, Liverpool L24 2UE