Special schools in Kingston
Kingston has three schools dedicated to children with complex special educational needs.
Bedelsford School is a Foundation Special School for children age 2-19 years. The school offers a specialist range of provision to support children with physical disabilities, profound and multiple learning difficulties, multisensory impairments and complex learning disabilities including complex health needs.
Dysart is a community special school for children and young people with a range of learning needs age 5-19 years. Pupils have severe learning disabilities and a large majority have a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Some pupils have profound and multiple learning disabilities and complex health needs.
St Philip's School
St Philip’s School is a special educational needs school for young people aged 11-19 years. All students have Statements, or Education and Health Care Plans, for moderate learning difficulties. Many students have additional needs such as mild to moderate Autistic Spectrum Disorders, language impairment or emotional issues; a few have sensory or medical needs.