A vibrant, exciting and passionate school that educates students with Autism Spectrum Conditions from Early Years and Foundation Stage through to Post 16
Sutherland House School is one of the specialist services provided by Autism East Midlands. It is a non-maintained special school for 94 autistic students aged 3-19 years. We have provided a specialist education for autistic children and young people since 1968.
The school is located in purpose-developed facilities in central Nottingham. Students attend our school from within a daily commutable distance covering the local authorities of Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City, Derbyshire, Derby City, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Leicester City, Rutland, Doncaster and South Yorkshire.
We are structured into lower, middle and upper schools to provide age appropriate education across the foundation stage, key stages 1,2,3,4 and post 16.
Why choose Sutherland House School?
Sutherland House School is unique in many ways. We understand that the needs of every child are unique and we work closely with parents, carers and families to create a holistic educational package that meets those needs of every child.
Our Multi-disciplinary Support Teams include Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Psychologists. These teams all work closely with experienced teachers and teaching assistants to create a personalised pathway that caters for the needs of the individual student.
Our students enjoy a fantastic environment in a bright, open building with direct access to the local facilities and amenities.
We provide extremely well equipped sensory rooms, extensive training facilities, break-out teaching pods and specialised teaching areas.
We aspire to educate both academically and personally all students and our ambition is always to ensure young people have the skills to be as independent in their futures as possible.
No students were age appropriate for SATs or GCSE’s during the 2016 / 2017 school year.