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The philosophy of Beverley School is based on a team approach to support the educational needs of students who have a developmental and /or physical disability.

The school, originally used as a training site for the CNIB and Bell Canada, has been a school for students with intellectual and physical disabilities since the 1950's. An extension was built in 1985 to create a space on one floor that was barrier free and allows for optimal independence and mobility for students.

The staff at Beverley School adheres to the Mission and Values Statements of the Toronto District School Board including:

  • All exceptional students have the right to reach their potential
  • All exceptional students and staff at our school have the right to a safe, secure and encouraging learning environment
  • A partnership of students, school, family and support services is essential to the success of all exceptional students
  • Beverley School provides a structured, team approach to support special needs learners who have developmental challenges

The elementary program is from JK to grade 8, for students who are 4 to 14 years old. All 93 elementary-aged students are transported to school.

The students and staff at Beverley School speak a combination of 15 different languages.

There is a fully accessible pool on-site.

At Beverley School we will:

  • offer a wide variety of individualized experiences and programs which will provide choices and increase the students’ range of interests
  • continue to ensure that our school is safe by implementing: Safe Arrival Program, School Code of Behaviour, Fire and Evacuation Plan, Non—Violent Crisis Intervention Strategies, Encourage parents, volunteers, Community College students and Secondary Co-op students to work in partnership with Beverley School staff