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Initial Information About The Collett School

During normal circumstances you are welcome to visit our school on one of our monthly Open Mornings. However due to the current restrictions we are not running these presently. Please click below for a virtual tour of the school.


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Admissions Process

The Collett School is a Special Educational Needs School for children with Learning Disabilities.  The Collett School is not its own admissions authority - only children with an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) are placed here by Hertfordshire Local Authority Special Needs (SN) Team.  Our children are aged 4-16 and have complex needs including Moderate Learning Disabilities, Speech and Language Communication Disorders and Autism.  Entry to the school can be at any age and pupils join our school from neighbouring counties.

The Collett School Admissions Policy

Statutory Information Documents and Websites:

Hertfordshire LA's SEND Strategy

The Hertfordshire Local Offer

Hertfordshire Admissions Guidance (2016)

DfE: Applying for Transport for children with SEND

Hertfordshire LA's School Admissions

SN Team Contact Details:

St Albans and Dacorum Special Needs Team (SN Team)
Hertfordshire County Council
Apsley Campus
Brindley Way
Hemel Hempstead
tel: 01442 453739

Advice and Support


SENDIASS is an impartial information, advice and support service funded by Hertfordshire County Council for parents, carers, young people (0-25) and professionals. The service offers a personalised confidential service to help parents understand how special educational needs are assessed and managed, so that they can make informed educational choices. Click to find out more about SENDIASS information and resources.

Further Avenues for Advice and Support: Websites and Phone Numbers