Aegir Community School

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Head of School: Mrs M Lamb

The Gainsborough Federation consists of two area special schools catering for pupils with a wide range of additional needs.  

Together the schools provide superb facilities and specialist provision for pupils from the local area and wider community of West Lindsey. Highly trained staff  deliver a differentiated curriculum in order to provide an effective learning environment for all.  The buildings themselves enhance the opportunities for our young people with spacious classrooms which enjoy natural light and in both schools there is a Parents’ room near the main entrance which is accessible to our families throughout the day. The schools provide excellent learning opportunities for all and consistently promote positive opportunities in education at the highest level. 

Aegir Community School is located on Sweyn Lane, Gainsborough and caters for pupils between the ages of 11 – 19 years. Aegir is co-located with an academy on the Gainsborough Educational Village campus. 

Students are offered a broad range of accredited subjects from Year 7 from Pre-entry Level to L1.

The Aegir School Front Gardens Students in Key Stages 4 and 5 have the opportunity to access the National Foundation Learning Programme. The school boasts a fully equipped Science Lab and other specialist facilities including a Hydro-pool and Sensory Room. Aegir can offer a personalised curriculum for students with complex needs. Sixth Form provision has a focus on skills for Independent Living and offers a range of work related experiences.

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