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Our Education Provisions

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Brimble Hill School
-  a Primary Special School for children with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties. We are located in the north of Swindon on a learning campus with 3 other schools.

Brimble Hill School is committed to celebrate the success its children achieve by setting challenging learning goals that are relevant and prepare them to take an active part in the wider community.


Churchward School -  a unique special Free School for students aged 11-19 years with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and/or Social Communication Interaction Difficulties (SCID).
Churchward School opened in September 2018 in a temporary specialist centre with the intent of moving to a permanent school site, custom built for Churchward School students, in 2020. Meanwhile, the temporary accommodation has been renovated by the Department for Education to create an appropriate and flexible learning environment for Churchward School.


Horizons College -  a community based specialist college offering educational opportunities for students over 16 years old with a wide range of special needs. We have 72 learners at the college supported by approximately 45 academic staff who are involved in teaching and learning activities. This means that classes are small and learners have the right level of support. 


Uplands School - a school for students with severe (SLD) or profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) aged 11 – 19 years and/or Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC). Students will often have additional complex needs.  A vibrant and caring community where independent life skills are developed to ensure students reach their full potential.


The Chalet Schoola primary special school, catering for pupils aged 3 - 11, with complex learning difficulties including children with an autistic spectrum condition. Our Vision is to be a beacon of excellence in the primary schooling of pupils with a diagnosis of  Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).  


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