Hurworth House School provides specialist education for boys and girls with SEMH difficulties and autism. Many of the young people we support have a co-morbid diagnosis and our expert education team is experienced in dealing with layered conditions.
At present, we are able to support up to 45 students aged between 7 and 19 years, but the opening of our new primary unit will see us welcome children from the age of four and upwards (due for completion late 2016).
We treat each and every one of our young people as an individual, creating bespoke learning and therapy packages tailored to their specific needs, abilities and future aspirations.
Residential care provision
Whilst Hurworth House School is a specialist day school, we are able to offer residential care for up to six students at our satellite children’s home. Opened in January 2016, this homely setting offers flexible care for up to 52 weeks per year.
Located in Hurworth, the school enjoys good links to a number of large nearby towns and cities including Darlington, Newcastle and Yarm.