What we do 5-19

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.

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Author: Wendy Garstin

What we do 19-25

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.

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Author: Wendy Garstin

Changing Lives

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.

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Author: Wendy Garstin

Let Me Shine: the Prior's Court song

To mark World Autism Awareness Day on 2nd April, Berkshire-based autism charity Prior’s Court are releasing a new single, ‘Let Me Shine’, to challenge perceptions of autism. Please listen to their song, watch their video and help share their message.

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Author: Rachel Drinkwater

News and events

  • A Day in the Life of an Autism Practitioner

    This event will focus on how we support young people with autism to grow and develop, encouraging each individual to achieve their aspirations and lead fulfilling and purposeful lives. Read more

  • Autism, puberty and sexuality conference

    A relaxed and informative talk offering strategies, resources and practical tips on how to support a young person with autism during puberty. Read more

  • Summer Evening Reception at Kensington Palace

    Join us for drinks, canapés and a private viewing of the dress exhibition 'Diana: Her Fashion Story' tracing the evolution of the Princess's style with a display of the dresses and iconic photographs. Read more