Chailey Heritage School, in Sussex, is a charitable special school for children and young adults, aged between 3 and 19, with complex physical disabilities, including visual and hearing impairments, and associated learning difficulties. Some of our pupils have a profound learning disability in addition to other disabilities (PMLD). You can read our Teaching and Learning Statement here.
Our School Vision is simple and clear: Every young person at Chailey Heritage School will be given every opportunity to make progress towards fulfilment. We will never, ever give up looking for ways to support our young people to make their own choices in life, and to achieve their own desired destinations.
All of our young people have access to a very high level of clinical and therapeutic input from our NHS colleagues on site. All of our teachers and hands-on staff are highly trained to work with young people with complex needs.
Chailey Heritage School is part of the Chailey Heritage Foundation which comprises of Chailey Heritage School, Children’s Home and the new and exciting provision for young adults Futures@ChaileyHeritage which comprises of Futures Accommodation and the new Futures Life Skills Centre which opened in April 2013.
We are a Registered Children's Home and have six residential bungalows; some of our pupils stay for occasional respite, some are weekly or fortnightly boarders and some stay with us for 52 weeks.
We have young people from around 20 different local authorities.
We are a member of NASS.
Chailey Heritage School is part of Chailey Heritage Foundation
Registered Charity No. 1075837
Registered in England as a Charitable Company limited by Guarantee No. 3769775