Schools

Here are some special schools in South Lincolnshire and adjacent counties – mostly state schools.                   They may be of interest for pupils and students with additional needs.                 Parents are free to apply to schools outside their home county.               After visiting schools of interest and deciding on your preferences, the next step seems to be the  admissions process for the county in which you live, e.g. Lincolnshire.

To look for more schools try the Good Schools search facility.

See also other Education pages.                  Education includes Grantham special schools.

Bourne

Willoughby School “is an all age (2 – 19) Special School, for pupils with profound, severe and complex learning needs”.                  See: website

Peterborough

The City of Peterborough Academy, Special School is a state school for pupils aged from 4 to 18                  See: website

Heltwate School is “a co-educational special school for children and young people aged 5 to 19 years with Moderate to Severe learning Difficulties,
Autistic Spectrum Condition and many additional medical needs”.   
                                  See: website

Marshfields School is “a mixed, day, community special school.        We cater for 170 learners aged from 11 to 19 each of whom has a Statement of
Special Educational Need, primarily for moderate learning difficulties”.
                               See: website

Nenegate School is a special state school for pupils aged from 10 to 16.                     See: summary               school website

Park House School is an independent school for students aged  6 to 19 with a diagnosis of autism who would benefit from 1 to 1 or 2 to 1 adult support.                    See: summary               school website

The Phoenix School is a special state school for pupils aged from 2 to 19.                   See: summary              school website                    They say,
“At the Phoenix we look at the whole person, planning realistic programmes to meet the intellectual, social, spiritual, moral, cultural, physical, emotional and therapeutic needs of each pupil”.

Spalding

 The Priory School and the Garth School are part of the Spalding Special Schools Federation, which caters “for pupils between the ages of 2 to 19 with wide ranging special educational needs”.                    See: website                   More specifically, the Garth School is a “day special school for boys and girls with Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)”.              The Priory School is “A special state school for pupils aged from 11 to 16

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