Out of borough schools
There are other special schools in Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. View our List of independent Special Educational Needs schools and our List of non-maintained special schools.
Mainstream schools with special resources
Some mainstream schools have attached resources for children with special educational needs (SEN.) This enables them to be educated in a specialist environment in a mainstream classroom with their peer group. Specialist teaching is provided, as well as support from therapists and professionals when required. It will be identified on a child's Statement of SEN whether they would be helped by attending a school with a resource base. The following local schools provide support for children with the following specific Special Educational Needs:
- Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) - Westcott Infant School and Westende Junior School have bases for children with ASC.
- Learning difficulties - Bulmershe Secondary School has a base for young people with specific learning difficulties (inclduing language and literacy) who require specialist teacher input.
- Physical disabilities - Lambs Lane Primary School and All Saints Church of England Primary School both have a base for children with moderate to severe physical disabilities. They provide specialist equipment, teacher expertise, supported integration into mainstream classes, support from a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist.
- Speech and language difficulties - Highwood Primary School has a base for children who have difficulties with speech and language, with specialist teacher input and therapy.
Specially adapted mainstream schools
The following 'resourced schools' (schools which have been specially adapted for children with additional needs) provide support for children with the following needs: