Looking for a new, rewarding job? Come along to our careers open day Saturday, 29 June, 10am-2pm

Looking for a new, rewarding job? Come along to our careers open day Saturday, 29 June, 10am-2pm Read more

Prior’s Court wins West Berkshire Training Consortium’s apprentice award

Prior’s Court has been named Medium Sized Employer of the Year at West Berkshire Training Consortium’s Apprentice Graduation and Awards. Read more

Prior’s Court helps 200th student as demand is at all time high

Almost twenty years on from opening, Prior’s Court has just welcomed its 200th student. Prior's Court started out with just two young people and a staff team of 28. It now currently supports 91 students and more than 500 employees. Read more

80 apple trees planted to create Prior's Court Orchard

Staff, students, and a team of volunteers from Microsoft came together to plant 80 apple trees to create our very own Prior's Court orchard. Read more

Short film gives young people with severe autism a voice

Prior’s Court has released a short documentary to help give a voice to young people with severe autism. Read more

Bakery opens to help young people with autism become breadwinners

Prior's Court's bakery with a difference ‘Bread & Beyond’ has been officially opened for business. Read more

Quarterly newsletter - January 2019

Read all the latest news from Prior's Court in our quarterly newsletter Read more

Prior's Court residential home wins prestigious award

A purpose-built home for young people with severe autism at Prior’s Court has been recognised at the 2018 British Construction Industry Awards. Read more

Family fund appeal concludes

The Prior’s Court Family Fund appeal closed on Friday 14 December. A total of £44,000 was raised, which will go directly to the families of the three members of staff who tragically lost their lives in the road traffic collision in October, as well as the two still receiving treatment in hospital. Read more

Government revises autism strategy; Prior’s Court responds

On 05 December, the Government has announced that their review of services and support for autistic people will be extended to cover children as well as adults for the first time. CEO Mike Robinson welcomed the announcement. Read more

Tribute to those who lost their lives

Thames Valley Police have now named our three colleagues who tragically lost their lives in a road traffic collision. CEO, Mike Robinson pays tribute to each of them. Read more

Press statement; Devastating news from Prior's Court

On Thursday 11 October, Prior’s Court received a call from Thames Valley Police informing us that one of our minibuses had been involved in a serious road traffic collision with a heavy goods vehicle on the M4. Read more