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Educational and therapeutic facilities in a former family home.


Park House School has a collection of welcoming classrooms, within a Geogian house, an old chapel, and the grounds. Our first student joined the school in 2005. Since then we’ve expanded and are helping more autistic young learners than we dreamed possible. 

Everything students need:


  • Private grounds with green spaces for pupils to participate in games and activities

  • Well equipped Design Technology/ Art work room

  • ICT equipment for pupils’ use

  • Spaces designed for the therapists to have individual and group sessions.


Pupils are offered a home ‘base’ room, in which to study or relax. As pupils develop their strategies to cope with others their home base may become a shared space for two, or more, pupil(s). They love to help design, layout and decorate their personal base. 

We have two well-equipped kitchens where pupils learn essential living skills including food preparation, cooking and washing and drying clothes. 

Younger pupils enjoy our large activity room. One corner of the room can be used as a quiet space where your child can relax under adult supervision. Outside, we have a play area, which is specially designed to promote  the development of children’s gross motor and play skills. 

At the Old Chapel in Thorney older pupils learn in a shared space to prepare for the transition to college, based on their individual needs.  

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