Part of what makes our approach so successful is the high level of expertise staff maintain. A strong focus on training ensures staff have a variety of strategies to suit the individual's needs. Read more
The residential accommodation and educational facilities have been carefully designed to provide a welcoming environment which reflects the special needs of pupils with autism. Read more
The most crucial factor for achieving success is the consistency of approach which enables learning to take place throughout the waking day and in all settings. Read more
Prior’s Court is dedicated to bringing the highest level of expertise to support and improve life chances for people with severe autism. Read more
Prior's Court School is an independent special school for young people with autism aged 5 to 19 years. All students are on the autism spectrum and have moderate to severe learning difficulties and complex needs.
Prior’s Court Young Adult Provision was set up in 2011 to meet the continuing needs of young adults between the ages of 19 and 25 with autism, learning difficulties and complex needs.
Our staff are crucial to the progress of young people. Find out how you can embark on a rewarding career making a real difference to young people with severe autism.
As part of the curriculum students are encouraged to learn about new cultures and celebrate key religious and national celebrations and events throughout the year.
Derek Paravicini joined staff and students to celebrate the school receiving Artsmark Gold, Arts Council England’s award for schools that champion arts and culture. Read more
Founding Patron Dame Stephanie Shirley joined staff, trustees and students to open the new Vocational Skills Workshop at Prior’s Court. Read more
Richard Jupp, musician and former Elbow drummer for 25 years, opens Prior's Court Woodland Music Circle. Read more