Headteacher’s Welcome

I am delighted to welcome you to the website of the Inaura School; an inclusive, relational and nurturing school that is proud to serve children, young people and their families, from multiple counties across the South West.

You may have found the Inaura School by searching for schools in Somerset with ‘Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)’ needs in their profile; I hope that after reading the information on these webpages you will see we are far more than ‘just another SEMH school’.  Our students-focussed ethos and needs-led approach, combined with our ‘Head, Hearts, Hands and Home’ Inaura Curriculum, ensure that education delivery and pastoral care at the Inaura school are bespoke and truly individualised for all our students.

Our website aims to give you a broad overview of our provision and the guiding principles and values that are upheld by all here at the Inaura School.  If you are considering our school for a student placement or are interested in any vacancies we may have, I highly recommend that you contact our school office to arrange a visit to one of our exceptional and welcoming Learning Centres.

I hope our website provides the information you are looking for and please do contact us if you have any questions or queries.

Yours faithfully

Ian Norton


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Safeguarding Update: Jeffy – Ineqe Safeguarding Group


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Inaura School Head Office

Moorview House Riverside Burrowbridge Somerset TA7 0RB T: 01823 690 211

School Hours

Main Office: Monday to Thursday 8AM – 5:00PM, Friday 8AM – 4:30PM. Student Day: Monday to Friday 9:30AM – 3:00PM

What Makes Inaura School Different?

Our learning centres span across four locations throughout Somerset providing bespoke learning programs based on the student’s individual, educational and age-related needs to prepare them for the future.

Individualised Curriculum and Instruction from Entry Level to GCSE focusing on the Head, Heart, Hands and Home

Music Therapy as well as an assortment of therapeutic options

Forest School; Woodland Outdoor Learning and Beach School

Cooking and Healthy Eating; ASDAN Short Courses; Sensory offerings

Independent Extra Curricular Interests; Music; Mechanics; Work Experience

Social and Sensory Sessions (SASS) empowering students to build effective social interaction skills

What About Admission?

Please Contact Your Local Authority SEND Team

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