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Welcome to Threeways School

Welcome to our NEW Website…

Three Ways School is an Academy Trust, operating as a generic Community Special School. It opened in September 2007 on our existing site, prior to 2007 there were three separate Special Schools in Bath that amalgamated in September 2005. The school provides for 220 children with a wide range of Special Educational Needs.

Three Ways is divided into 3 departments to enable curriculum delivery and expectations that are age appropriate to all pupils.

Primary Department - 4yrs-11yrs

Secondary Department - 11yrs-16yrs

Sixth Form - 16yrs-19yrs

The school is a Specialist School for Physical and Sensory. It is also a School of Creativity. We offer a differentiated curriculum offering a Pre-Formal, Semi-Formal and Formal Curriculum offer. We use the National Curriculum as a basis for curriculum development and add to this a wide range of additional activities for academic, emotional, social and physical development. We believe in a holistic approach to learning and work closely with a wide range of multi-agency professionals to ensure “access to achievement”’for all.

At Three Ways School we want our curriculum to be meaningful and functional. We work hard as a team to ensure the best possible outcomes for our pupils as they go on their educational journey. We want to inspire a love of learning in our pupils and inject a sense of fun and positivity in our school environment through a close knit, family style community. Our team of staff and therapists offer a wide level of expertise, enhanced by excellent facilities and resources.

For further information please look at our prospectus or contact us to come and visit.

We look forward to welcoming you to Three Ways.

Best Wishes

Jo Stoaling - Head Teacher



We will begin a phased return to school on site on 1st June 2020.

This will initially continue to be for Critical Workers children and those with EHCP’s who are vulnerable. We aim to gradually increase the number of pupils during the term, when National and Scientific Evidence shows we are able to safely do so. During Term 6, pupils who have shielding letters will continue to learn at home. Risk assessments are undertaken for all Medically Vulnerable pupils.

Please see our School policies page for Three Ways School COVID-19 Risk Assessment and other related Covid 19 documentation

If you need help, support or advice about school matters during this time please contact Jo Stoaling Headteacher on

Please see for the latest advice and guidance.

Stay safe everyone

Home update from Jax - Our School Dog  image

Home update from Jax - Our School Dog

Hello everyone, I hope that everyone is doing well, staying safe and enjoying the sunshine like me!

I have found being at home very strange, as I expect have most of the pupils (and staff!) during our National lockdown. At first I was very excited to have my family at home with me all the time and I did lots of lovely walks. After a few weeks I wanted to get back to school so Mrs Griffin brought me for a visit and it was nice to see my classroom again. I miss all the children very much!

I have now got more used to being at home and have been doing lots of fun things. I have made lots of new doggy friends on my walks and have explored lots of new places to walk too, my favourite are where I can swim! I’ve also enjoyed sunbathing, eating things I should that I’ve found out on walks and snoozing on the sofa in the daytime.

I miss everyone at Three Ways and am excited to visit again in September!

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