Gosden House School does not accept admissions from individuals or local authorities direct to the school. If you are a prospective parent/carer wishing to look around Gosden, then please do look at our Online Tour. Once school visits are rescheduled after the Covid-19 lockdown has passed, then we will update the website to show new dates and contact details.
If you are a parent or carer and require specific information about your child being suitable for our school, then please liaise with your designated case worker who can manage this process for you with the local authority in the first instance.
If you are from a local authority and want to send through documentation, please only do this by contacting Surrey Local Authority Special Education Needs Office direct via the above website.
Why can't I get a place for my child at Gosden?
Because Gosden House is an all through school, we only have 2 places come available every September at Year 3 and again 2-4 places at Year 7. Other LAN schools have between 20 and 30 places at Year 7. The school is oversubscribed, which means that a place will only come up when a pupil moves to another school. It is not possible for Gosden to offer places to the many pupils who wish to come, for this reason. For our existing pupils it is important that we are able to maintain a high quality of education, so overcrowding classes is not an option. However, we are lucky in Surrey, as every LAN school (and indeed every special school) offers good to outstanding education. Thank you for your understanding.
If you are looking for show round dates, unfortunately, these have been put on hold for the time being. Once they are up and running again, they will be added to the front page of the website. Please take a look at Cindy O'Sullivan's virtual show round video below for more information.