Our facilities


Residential pupils live in purpose built accommodation on site, with children of similar ages. We have single and twin bedrooms which families are encouraged to decorate or personalise. Each house is comfortably furnished with all the necessary adaptive equipment including ceiling tracking and soft play rooms. For the comfort of the pupils each bedroom leads directly on to a spacious, well-equipped bathroom. Staff in the houses work closely with the teams in the school to provide continuity of care and learning programmes.

School Building

The school's classrooms are bright, spacious and equipped with ceiling tracking to maximise the comfort of our pupils. Each class has its own quiet room and en-suite toilet. The school has a multi-sensory room, soft play room and dedicated rooms for music therapy and aromatherapy. The large hall is equipped with an innovative under-floor tracking system (the Guided Vehicle Mobility System) which can be used to give children the sensation of travelling unassisted. Other specialist equipment at the school includes Soundbeam technology and trampolines for rebound therapy.

Around the site

The Children's Trust School is set in the beautiful, wooded 24-acre grounds of The Children's Trust, which feature a nature trail and specially adapted outdoor play equipment. There is a purpose-built pool for hydrotherapy sessions on site.

The Children's Trust School Open Day 

Come along to our next open day to find our more about The Children's Trust School.  Taking place on Friday, 24 March 2017, the open day offers attendees the chance to learn more about the School and the ImPACTs curriculum, our early years provision, and our therapy provision, including speech, language and communication; physiotherapy; occupational therapy; and music therapy. Attendees will also have the chance to hear from parents of children currently attending The Children’s Trust School, as well as enjoying a site tour which will include visits to our residential school houses.
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