Needs Schools in
Lymington and the New Forest area
School tel:0800 138 1184 Web
Hill, Lymington SO415QB
A 38-week residential school
for boys aged 7 -16 with a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome
and other associated difficulties on the autistic spectrum.
54 residential places for boys, ages 7 to 16 and a number
of day places for students who live nearby.
Hill House School tel:0800 138 1184 Web
Hill, Boldre, Lymington SO41 8NE
A 52 week mixed gender school
for students aged 11-19 with autistic spectrum disorders,
severe learning difficulties and associated challenging behaviour.
22 mixed pupils from 11 to 19. The
school additionally offers provision through nearby satellite
houses for young people aged 16 to 25 with similar needs.
Coxlease School tel:0800 084 6218 Web
Hill, Lyndhurst SO43 7DE
School is a specialist residential school
for boys and girls aged 9 to 18 with severe
behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
(BESD) and /or learning difficulties. Placements
can be for 52 weeks, 38 weeks, fortnightly,
weekly or on a day pupil basis.
63 residential places for mixed pupils
from ages 9 to 18
Oak Lodge School tel:023
8084 7213 Web
Road, Dibden Purlieu SO45 4RQ
caters for students with a broad range
of special educational needs who live in
a wide geographical area, including adjoining
local authorities. Three quarters of students
are boys. All students have a statement
of special educational needs. In most cases,
this is for moderate learning difficulties,
social, emotional and behavioural difficulties,
autism, or speech, language and communication
143 mixed pupils, ages 11 to 16
Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy tel:01425
Tyrrell, Bransgore BH23 8EE
The 3 year residential course enables people
with learning difficulties and disabilities to learn in an
equine environment, learning is then transferred into life skills in everyday
situations. The centre is run from 3 sites around the New Forest.
45 mixed pupils, ages 11 to 25
Minstead Training Project tel:023 8081 2297 Web
Lodge, Minstead SO43 7FT
Residential and day care and training in work, life and social skills to adults
who have learning disabilites. Since the Project started we have earned a reputation
for our unique style of high quality care, commitment and excellence. Our aims
are to enhance our students' quality of life by developing their maturity, self-respect
and independence and giving them opportunities to achieve new skills and meet
new challenges in all areas of their life.
14 residential and 50 day students of mixed gender, ages 18+