Therapeutic approach, valuing each individual to enrich their learning
Supporting pupils’ families with effective, successful strategies
Multi-cultural diversity celebrated in school and local community
We are a small and friendly independent special school for pupils aged 4-16 years who have Autism, additional learning difficulties and complex needs.
The school offers each young person a bespoke curriculum tailored to their individual needs.
An on-site team of professional therapists, with specialist knowledge, training and experience in a range of psychological therapies.
Kestrel House School
The calm, friendly & happy atmosphere of Kestrel House School is maintained through a holistic and therapeutic approach to each one of it pupils, via a knowledgeable team of specialists & experts in autism and associated conditions.
Each child’s personal development is enhanced through a meaningful, appropriate and individual approach to their specific needs, and with the support of an on-site team of multidisciplinary therapists who support the pupils daily.
The school is well resourced and has a dedicated team of patient, kind and understanding staff to help pupils, using established techniques and innovative activities.
Pupils enjoy a wide range of interesting trips and fun activities in the wider community and their progress is transferred back into the classroom to ensure appropriate education targets are reached and celebrated.
Kestrel House School maintains close support with each pupil’s wider family network to ensure that the impact of each child’s progress at school – in social skills, communication and education – can be replicated and enjoyed at home.
"The holistic approach at Kestrel House with specialists on site having so much constant input is wonderful. It’s something I take for granted now and means Jessie can progress and move forwards." Jessie's Mum
“From the moment Ben started to go to Kestrel he has really enjoyed it and there has been a profound change in his abilities. He has just thrived at Kestrel House and that’s what any parent with a child with special needs is looking for." Ben's Dad
“The Headteacher and the staff are all very accessible. I can speak to her about any problems I might have; and she will always offer an appropriate strategy to help me with Elijah at home." Elijah's Mum
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New Occupational Therapist Meet Danii, our new Occupational Therapist (OT). Here she is engaging James from Elm Class in his fun weekly one to one Occupational Therapy session. Assistant Psychologist comes to…
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