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Alderwasley Hall School and Sixth Form (SENAD)

Alderwasley Hall School and Sixth Form specialise in working with children and young people with severe and complex Speech, Language and Communication Needs incorporating High Functioning Autism. We have over 25 years of nationally recognised skill and experience within the educational field of ASD and Communication…

Aurora Hanley School

Aurora Hanley School is a new special school located in the heart of Stoke, offering flexible day and residential placements for students aged 6 to 19 years with complex communication and social difficulties. Students may be on the autistic spectrum, have Asperger's Syndrome or other…

Bladon House School (SENAD)

Bladon House School is an inspiring school for children and young people aged 5 to 19 years. We are at the forefront in our field of expertise of autism, communication disorders, moderate to severe learning difficulties and associated behavioural difficulties. Through our work we have…

The Fountains Primary School This service is included in the Local Offer

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A Primary Special School part of the Esteem Multi Academy Trust. 

Pegasus School (SENAD) This service is included in the Local Offer

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Pegasus School is situated in the village of Caldwell, five miles from Burton on Trent on the borders of Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire. The School occupies a beautiful Georgian building in several acres of space which provides a safe and interesting environment in which to…

Supported Futures

Supported Futures Limited is a small person-centered company who place strong partnerships with service users and their families at the heart of the support we provide. Our experience of supporting our own family members with complex needs and our experiences of working in the care…
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