Key Information

All schools are required by the Department of Education to publish key information about their school.

On this page you will find all of that information or links to it.


Mrs Lisa Batch

Contact Information
Corley Centre
Church Lane

Tele : 01676 540218

All enquires should initially be made via the school office staff, who will direct your call to the correct member of staff.

Please be aware school office hours are 8.30am to 4.00pm Monday – Thursday and 8.30am – 3.15pm Friday.

Admission Arrangements

Corley Centre offers 88 student places for students aged 11-19 years.

Coventry Local Authority manages the admission of students to the school.

Most of our students are resident in Coventry but we also admit students from Warwickshire and Solihull Authorities.

Students at Corley Centre have been assessed by Coventry Local Authority as requiring a special school placement.

Local Authority’s Local Offer

Corley SEND Information report currently being updated

Ofsted Reports

ofsted logoOfsted Report 2013

DfE Performance Tables

Parent View

Exam results and student destinations



2016 Student destinations


British Values Statement

Please click here to view details of our curriculum
Please click here for subject specific schemes of learning


Behaviour policy currently being updated
Special Education needs and inclusion policy currently being updated
Charges and Remissions policy
Child Protection Policy – Updated Summer 2017

School’s Complaint Procedure

Complaints Procedure

Pupil Premium

Please click here to view current information

Year 7  Catch up Funding

Governors information and duties

Please click here to view our Governors information

Our Mission Statement

Corley Centre is committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment, enabling students to reach their full academic and personal potential. We celebrate achievement at all levels, recognising students as individuals. We aim to develop self- confident, independent and motivated learners who strive to reach aspirational goals. Students are guided towards independence and a deeper understanding of the world in which they live. They are encouraged to work alongside others in preparation for adult life. Our challenging and varied curriculum provides the opportunity for individual learning both inside and outside the classroom, along with links to vocational experiences and the wider community. We support our students in developing and maintaining positive relationships, promoting an understanding of their own and others’ wellbeing.