Welcome to the TreeHouse School website. TreeHouse School is a happy and vibrant community where children and young people with autism learn and flourish. Currently we have almost 90 pupils on roll aged from infants to sixth formers.
All pupils who attend TreeHouse School have a diagnosis of autism and have TreeHouse School named in their Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plan. The school was inspected by Ofsted in 2017 and found to be outstanding in all areas.
TreeHouse School is registered with the Department for Education as a non-maintained special school. The school was founded in 1997 by parents of children with autism. TreeHouse School provides children with the specialist, intensive and integrated support to enable them to learn, thrive and achieve.
There are about 140 members of staff at the TreeHouse School including qualified teachers, behaviour professionals, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.
TreeHouse School provides learner and family engagement through transition services, training and help in accessing support, information and advice. Young people have access to extended day services, such as holiday clubs and overnight stays. The school also undertakes vocational training leading to employment experiences.
Tracey Capstick, Head of TreeHouse School