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Nurturing & Therapeutic

Help students achieve their educational potential, build self-esteem and manage anxiety

An "Excellent" School
Independent Schools Inspectorate February 2023

Welcome to Park House School


Our Values

With every action and in everything we do we use the following values to guide our actions and behaviour.

Our Vision

To use an individualised and community approach to provide outstanding therapeutic and educational input in a day school setting. This approach allow our pupil’s and their families to maintain positive relationships and results in successful outcomes for adult life.

Our Mission

To help young people who have special educational needs related to their social interaction and communication differences (typically found in autistic children) and who may, additionally, have specific learning difficulties, achieve amazing things.

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Our Aims

Find out how Park House School helps your youngsters in an educational setting.

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Assessment & Consultation

The Clinical Team at Park House School specialise in neurodiversity and working with Autistic young people and adults, people with a Learning Disability and people with ADHD.


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A Therapeutic Day School

Our nurturing and therapeutic approach is designed to help students achieve their educational potential, build self-esteem and manage anxiety, thanks to:

  • Specialists in psychology, speech and language therapy and occupational therapy working alongside teachers and accessible to all students

  • Classes in functional daily living skills to help make the world less confusing

  • Individual learning plans that extend to GCSEs

  • Close bonds with parents/carers including frequent home visits

20 Years and Counting

We welcomed our first pupils in 2005 and we have grown into a small and successful school community open to:

  • Girls and boys from the age of 6 to 19, of all abilities

  • Students with a diagnosis of autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

  • Youngsters who would benefit from additional adult support

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