Beverley School serves a community of learners
with a diverse range of strengths and needs. As a congregated school for students with developmental disabilities, Beverley School provides students with learning opportunities that enrich their lives with communication and independence. We believe in promoting student voice and agency.
The Programs at Beverley School provide a rich and experiential learning environment:
- individualized for each student
- based on strengths and abilities
- develop each student’s communication and social skills
- increase skills for independence
- implement best practices in teaching
Through the Alternative Curriculum, teachers and educational assistants help students reach goals in Functional Academics, Communication, Motor Skills, Social Skills, and Activities of Daily Living.
Students explore these skills through rotary subjects, including Art, Music, and Physical Education. In addition, students are given opportunities to relax in our Snoezelen Room and develop gross motor skills in the swimming pool with instructors.