Gosden House School is a special school for children between the ages of 4 and 16 years of age. Whilst the Secondary Department is a girls’ only provision, the Primary Department provides for both boys and girls.
Children attending Gosden House will have either a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education Health Care Plan, (EHCP). The school provides a personalised education for children with a range of complex learning difficulties, including Speech and Language and those with an additional diagnosis such as Autistic Spectrum Condition.
Our ethos is built around a child centred approach to learning, one founded on high expectations and innovation. We aim to tailor strategies and approaches that will meet the needs of each child, supporting them in all aspects of their development, nurturing self-esteem, confidence and aspiration.
With our strap line of Building Lives, Growing Futures, we are committed to working in partnership with families, professionals and all agencies to maximise the opportunities for your child. We very much welcome visits to the school and look forward to meeting you and learning with you about your child.
Cindy O’Sullivan, Headteacher