This is a clip from our documentary that was shown on 15th July 2015 on ITV.
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At Limpsfield Grange safeguarding is our highest priority
An exemplar of education at its very best. Focused on the whole person and inspiring young women to take on and overcome the challenges of the future’ Rt. Hon. David Blunkett MP
We at Limpsfield Grange believe that “together we make a difference.”
Limpsfield Grange is an outstanding school for girls aged 11 -16 with communication and interaction needs. Our students benefit from the breadth of the full mainstream curriculum, but due to the anxiety arising from their sensory, social and communication difficulties are unable to manage the mainstream school environment even with additional support. Our students require a low arousal environment and a high level of targeted intervention and differentiation throughout the school day. Our students are working broadly at age related levels of attainment, and we anticipate that they will gain a range of GCSEs at the end of their time at Limpsfield Grange.
We are a residential school where day places are available.
All students at Limpsfield Grange have a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education Health and Care Plan.
We work together to ensure that all students develop their resilience, communication, independence, self-esteem and self-awareness so they can be fully active members of society.
We are ambitious for all of our students, and we work with them their families and carers, to help them succeed.
You may have seen our ITV documentary “Girls with Autism” or have read “M is for Autism” the novel written by our students.
‘The exceptional academic and personal opportunities offered ensure that this school makes an enormous difference to the learning of all groups of students. All students, including those with additional special needs, make rapid and sustained progress, achieving outstandingly well from their individual starting points.’ Ofsted, December 2013