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Peterhouse School

Peterhouse School in Southport is a non-maintained specialist school and college, it offers day and residential provision for children and young people aged 5 to 19 who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Conditions.

Part of the Peterhouse provision includes residential homes and a college. There are two large residential homes with spacious gardens. Services include weekly, termly and 52-week boarding children and young people aged between 5 and 19 years. Flexible boarding arrangements are available for over 75 stays per year. Typically these young people have a primary diagnosis of autism; some young people may have additional vulnerabilities or medical needs such as epilepsy or behaviour requiring high levels of supervision.

“He has come a long way and improving every day.” - Parent

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The Haven School

The Haven School is a Welsh Government approved day school for pupils aged 11-19, based in Flintshire. The Haven works in partnership with families, education authorities, social services and health agencies to equip children and young people with an education and skills for life.

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Peterhouse College

Peterhouse College in Southport provides career-based and work-related learning. Young people between 16 to 19 can attend the college whether they have previously been in special, mainstream or alternative education provision. Many will have complex needs related to the nature of their autism. The College enables students to focus on the skills needed for life after Peterhouse. Horticulture, ceramics and photography are examples of the types of business enterprises that are on offer. The Duke of Edinburgh award and a range of living skills facilities at the college give opportunities to develop all aspects of independent living. Students follow an individually tailored learning programme.

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