Through our services at Unsted Park School and Sixth Form, we provide specialist education and care to young people aged 7 to 19 years with high functioning autism, Asperger Syndrome and associated disorders.
Set in the tranquil town of Godalming in Surrey, Unsted Park School offers day or weekly residential placements in a safe, healthy and stimulating environment for any child to learn and move positively onto the next stage of their life.
June 2019 Ofsted comments include:
- The well-planned curriculum supports pupils’ academic and personal development well. Pupils benefit strongly from a broad range of lessons and therapies that meet their individual needs.
- Positive and warm professional relationships between staff and pupils help pupils to feel safe in school. Consequently, pupils attend school regularly and make good progress in their learning and development.
- Pupils of all abilities make good progress and achieve well in a range of subjects, including in the sixth form. They gain useful qualifications and are provided with helpful careers advice and work experience. Consequently, they are well prepared for their next stages.
- Pupils’ personal development and welfare is at the heart of the school’s work. Adults know each pupil well. They support pupils effectively in raising their self-awareness and self-confidence. Pupils recognise this and are proud of the progress they make.