Sherwood Park is a school for learners aged between 3 and 19 years that have Severe Learning Needs (SLD), Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and especially for those who in addition are on the Autistic Spectrum (ASD) and Complex Needs.

In Summer 2016 we expanded across two sites to meet the ever growing numbers of pupils whose parents want them to attend this school and is will be located on sites approximately two miles apart.

Sherwood Park Campus

The campus based in Streeters Lane, is a single-storey building situated at the east side of the London Borough of Sutton, adjacent to the Historic Carew Manor, on the edge of Beddington Park. The whole site offers a modern, purpose-built environment with grounds that are in keeping with the local surroundings. 

It caters for children aged between 3 and 19 years that have Severe Learning Needs (SLD), Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and children aged 3- 11 who in addition are on the Autistic Spectrum (ASD) and Complex Needs.         

In order for our learners to achieve aspirational outcomes our facilities include sensory and soft play rooms, hydro swimming pool, spa pool, specialist recreation areas including a discovery forest and outside learning environment.

Sherwood Hill Campus - New

The new campus, which opened in June 2016, located in Stanley Park Road, is a three storey Secondary School which has been specifically designed and built for learners aged 11 – 19 (Key Stage 3-5) who have as their primary learning need Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with Complex Needs/Severe Learning Disabilities.  

We have been working closely with the Local Authority and the architects to plan and design a purpose built inspirational learning environment to meet the needs of those learners co-located on a shared site with Oakfield – Primary ASD provision and Woodfield Primary School – both new to the site.

We hope the new campus will be a vibrant, inspirational learning place designed specifically to meet the very special needs of learners with ASD. In order for them to achieve aspirational outcomes our facilities will include low arousal classrooms with 1.1 work rooms, sensory room, gym for OT and sensory circuits, spa pool, therapy room, art/ D/T room, Life skills area, specialist recreation areas including a Muga and bike track and outside learning environment.

About Us

My Staff, our Governing Body and I value the immense support that we receive from the many people associated with our school and appreciate the different ways in which you can and do help us. We believe that together we can provide a comprehensive education that addresses the individual needs of our pupils and enables each to achieve their fullest potential within an environment that is stimulating, safe, diverse and happy.
We all work very hard to keep our working and learning environment stimulating and attractive where each pupil is valued and their achievements are celebrated. The trust you put in us is appreciated and we are proud of our reputation for professionalism, care and the pursuit of the highest standards in all areas of school life. Through close communication with you we can build an open and constructive relationship that will support and encourage your child during their time at Sherwood Park School. We are committed to Safeguarding throughout all aspects of all school life.
As a school we are always moving forward and embrace the principal of Every Child Matters, Inclusion, Community Cohesion and Sustainability. We will provide the stimulus for professional development, personal growth and self esteem. We look forward to working with you.
- Headteacher & Chair of Governors
Ethos & Values of Sherwood Park
  • To realise that our pupils are children/young people first and ‘special’ second.
  • To create a happy, safe, purposeful and stimulating learning environment for the whole school community.
  • To provide a broad and balanced curriculum designed to meet the identified needs of the individual pupils and to enable each one to develop to his/her full potential.
  • To provide an atmosphere where our pupils/students are valued as individuals, regardless of their gender, disability, ethnicity or cultural background.
  • To provide a comprehensive support system for parents and carers in order to create a co-ordinated, cohesive approach to the management of each pupil’s needs and improve the quality of life for the whole family.
  • To provide a consistent, pupil/student-focused approach to meeting his/her educational needs by using the expertise of a multi-professional team.
  • To prepare our young people for their future lives and role in society and help them to make a positive contribution.
  • To continue to strive for and extend good relationships with the community, both local to the school and throughout the wider area in order to foster mutual goodwill, social and educational contact.
  • To develop our pupils’/students’ confidence, self-esteem, independence skills and achievement through praise, encouragement and the celebration of success.
  • To strive to be a sustainable school.

Working for Us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your Application Form now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for.

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