Woodlands School is a Surrey County Council Special School for very special children. We take children aged 2 to19 who have a range of difficulties including severe learning needs, complex disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
Every child at Woodlands comes with unique and often highly complex individual needs. That's why we provide each one with the care, guidance and support they need to concentrate on learning and enjoying school life to the full.
We've work with a wide range of professional staff who work collaboratively to provide an integrated service. We have access to nursing, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy through Central Surrey Health. These professionals have a comprehensive knowledge of each child and work effectively with Woodlands staff as a team to provide for the needs of each child. Thus, ‘Together Everyone Achieves’
Woodlands was judged an outstanding school in May 2014 :
‘Improvement in the use of communication aids has resulted in all pupils having a means to make choices and have a voice.’
‘Pupils' behaviour is exceptional in and around the school. High quality individual support ensures that all pupils are extremely well supported. Pupils feel safe at school.’
‘Parents are overwhelmingly supportive of the school and very pleased with their children's education.’
‘The exceptionally wide range of rich learning opportunities, subjects and topics engage pupils extremely well, and contributes to their strong spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.’
‘Training for all staff is thorough, and close links with local and other special schools have forged very effective partnerships.’