Peterborough schools

Pupil referral

Peterborough pupil referral service is for children and young people aged 4 to 16 who are not accessing mainstream school for a variety of reasons, including needs best met in a specialist setting.      See: Peterborough council

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

The schools

Medeshamstede Academy is a state school for pupils aged from 4 to 16.       All pupils have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) for communication and interaction with a diagnosis of Autism as their main presenting need.        See: website 

The Lime Academy Orton Special School.      Pupils aged 2 to 19 are admitted to the school via the Peterborough Local Authority admissions panel.      See: summary       school 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

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

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