Wargrave House School and College

An autism and co-existing diagnosis learning environment for ages 5-25

On a journey together,
learning about life.

Wargrave House School
and College

An autism and co-existing diagnosis learning environment for ages 5-25

On a journey together, learning about life.

About our School and College

Founded by Bessie Berman in 1971, Wargrave House is a non-maintained special school and independent specialist college for children and young people aged 5-25  years, diagnosed with autism.

Student Tour

This video tour of the school and college, filmed by some of our amazing college students.

Fundraising

Your support is essential in helping us improve the lives of our students.

Latest News/Jobs

  • Time to Talk Day 2023 2 February 2023 Wargrave House organised a mental health workshop in conjunction with Time to Talk Day 2023. The workshop covere...

  • Teaching Support Assistant (Level 2) Positions within Key Stages 2 to 5 (Ages 5-18) Term Time + 7 days 5 days per week (37.5 hours) Pro rata salary: £...

  • Senior Teaching Support Assistants   Positions within Key Stages 2 to 5 (Ages 5-18) Term Time + 7 days Permanent, 5 days per week (37.5 hours) Pr...

  • Teaching Support Assistant Apprentice   Positions within Key Stages 2 to 5 (Ages 5-18) Term Time + 7 days 37.5 hours, Monday – Friday Pro rata sa...

  • Autism Educational Practitioner (AEP)   Term Time + 7 days Permanent, 5 days per week (37.5 hours) (Pro-rata salary + SEN for Term Time + 7 days,...

Student Tour

This video tour of the school and college, was filmed by some of our amazing college students.

Latest News/Jobs

  • Time to Talk Day 2023 2 February 2023 Wargrave House organised a mental health workshop in conjunction with Time to Talk Day 2023. The workshop covere...

  • Teaching Support Assistant (Level 2) Positions within Key Stages 2 to 5 (Ages 5-18) Term Time + 7 days 5 days per week (37.5 hours) Pro rata salary: £...

  • Senior Teaching Support Assistants   Positions within Key Stages 2 to 5 (Ages 5-18) Term Time + 7 days Permanent, 5 days per week (37.5 hours) Pr...

Fundraising

Your help is essential in helping us improve the lives of our students.

About our School
and College

Founded by Bessie Berman in 1971, Wargrave House is a non-maintained special school and independent specialist college for children and young people aged 5-25  years, diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder.

School and College Information

We offer a multidisciplinary and holistic approach towards education and care which centres on social, communication and flexible thinking approaches. We also offer support for families through a dedicated family liaison team.

Services we offer include local authority funded day and residential placements and extended school services (after school, Saturday, school holiday and short-term break provision).

Values and Ethos

Wargrave House recognises that all our students have very special needs. Compassion, tolerance, respect and positive intervention will lead to effective learning experiences.

Reports

Therapy teams

Our multi professional team of therapists work with education to embed support strategies across the curriculum. Learners are supported by a Total Communication Approach and we adopt a person centred,  individual needs led service.

Policies

We would love
to hear from you

Wargrave House recognises that all our students have very special needs. If you need to contact us about what we do,  the amazing services we offer or any other points of interest, please speak to our team.

For parents please contact our dedicated Family Liaison Officer, Claire Byrne on 01925 224899 or via email clairebyrne@wargravehouse.com to arrange a school/college visit or for prospective student advice on admission procedures.

We would love
to hear from you

Wargrave House recognises that all our students have very special needs. If you need to contact us about what we do,  the amazing services we offer or any other points of interest, please speak to our team.

Accreditations

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