Special schools in Kingston
Kingston has three schools dedicated to children with complex special educational needs.
Bedelsford School is a Foundation Special School for children age 2-19 years. The school offers a specialist range of provision to support children with physical disabilities, profound and multiple learning difficulties, multisensory impairments and complex learning disabilities including complex health needs.
Dysart is a community special school for children and young people with a range of learning needs age 5-19 years. Pupils have severe learning disabilities and a large majority have a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Some pupils have profound and multiple learning disabilities and complex health needs.
St Philip's School
St Philip’s School is a special educational needs school for young people aged 11-19 years. All students have Education, Health and Care Plans, for moderate learning difficulties. Many students have additional needs such as mild to moderate Autistic Spectrum Disorders, language impairment or emotional issues; a few have sensory or medical needs.