Grace Garden School

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At-a-glance:

Headteacher: Francesca Meynell
Age range: 10-16
Local Authority: Bristol

About Grace Garden School

Offering a holistic curriculum for both day and residential placements, Grace Garden School is set in 18 acres of cultivated landscape on the outskirts of Bristol. It offers an education to young people between the ages of 10 – 16 with complex social, emotional and behavioural difficulties including Autism Spectrum conditions.

All children and young people have a carefully planned programme of study, developed through collaboration between the education, therapy and care teams, along with the child and young person’s family and wider support network.

Grace Garden School also offers residential placements on site. Our experienced team will offer a full living skills plan that includes all aspects of the household, such as cooking, cleaning, budgeting, health and wellbeing. Social interaction and contribution to the community will be a key focus in our young people’s development through their practical skills, leisure activities and festivals.

Although we are inspired by Rudolf Steiner, we are a non-denominational school and our calendar of celebrations reflects the diversity of both the local and global community. Grace Garden School will endeavour to ensure that its children and young people move into adulthood with the strongest foundation of values upon which to build a successful life and understanding of what is a meaningful contribution to our society.

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