‘All staff are highly committed to ensuring the best outcomes possible for all students and preparing them for life beyond the school’
Ofsted Report September 2017
Pield Heath House School is a non-maintained, co-educational school for young people with special educational needs between the ages of 7 and 19 years, recognised by the DfE under the Trusteeship of The Sisters of The Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
We offer day, residential and respite provision to young people with moderate to severe learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorders and associated speech, language and communication difficulties within a warm and caring environment, where daily life is underpinned by Christian principles.
Since its foundation in 1901, Pield Heath House School has helped young people with learning difficulties to develop their full potential. We have a highly skilled and deeply committed team which values every individual young person for who they are, encourages their progress, celebrates their achievements and inspires confidence in their futures.
We adopt a bespoke, inclusive approach to education, involving parents, governors, the local community and the wider community to form an educational community that is both holistic and formal.
Our vision is to remain a Centre of Excellence providing, within a Christian environment, all the essential skills and knowledge for our young people to live fulfilled lives in a challenging and constantly changing world. This vision, together with our mission and values, underpins our whole approach to education.