'Good' CQC rating retained in Young Adult's Dove Cottage

Following an inspection in May, CQC have subsequently issued a report awarding Dove Cottage a ‘good’ rating, retaining its status from the previous inspection.Read more

Bakery Manager appointed thanks to funding from Berkshire Freemasons

An Artisan Bakery Manager has been appointed at Prior’s Court, thanks to funding from Berkshire Freemasons.Read more

Our first festival a colourful success!

The first ever Prior's Court Festival brought together young people, their families and staff for a fun day at our beautiful 50 acre site near Hermitage.Read more

Educational Establishment of the year

Prior’s Court has been named Educational Establishment of the year at the Education Resources Awards (ERAs) on Friday 16 March.Read more

Bakery project receives dough-nation from Berkshire Freemasons

Prior's Court's ground breaking bakery project which will help young autistic people find work is to receive a major boost from Berkshire Freemasons.Read more

Prior's Court awarded ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating

Prior's Court School for young people with autism has been awarded the highest rating by Ofsted in a recent inspectionRead more

Prior's Court employee to receive an MBE

Sarah Butcher - Director of Residential Care Services at Prior’s Court is appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2018 New Year’s Honours List.Read more

Bakery Appeal officially launched at London Stock Exchange

Prior's Court ground-breaking commercial bakery project launches a fundraising Appeal at the London Stock Exchange ceremony.Read more

Ground Breaking Bakery Project

We are launching our own state-of-the-art autism friendly artisan bakery, providing real work opportunities for young people with severe autism. A first of its kind in the UK!Read more

Voyage of Discovery for Prior's Court

Prior's Court visit The Center for Discovery in the United States to share best practice and ideas to ensure positive outcomes for young people with autism.Read more

Prior's Court recognised at a global level

World renowned TEACCH organisation at the University of North Carolina recommended Founders of the AI You Foundation in China visit Prior's Court to see examples of best practice in supporting young people with autism. We were delighted to welcome them to our provision.Read more

Ofsted praise new facilities as an 'outstanding environment'

Our new purpose-built living and learning facilities enable us to support an additional 13 young people severely affected by autism and create new jobs.Read more