Located in Highbridge, Somerset, Sedgemoor Manor School provides a unique environment for young people aged 10-19 years with autism and associated needs.
The young people we support have the potential to succeed but have barriers to their learning. These barriers may be associated with autism, anxiety, sensory processing, social interaction, reading or writing. We work closely with all of our students to realise their potential and resilience to pursue their potential, as well as equip them with the skills to fulfill their aspirations.
Our mission statement
‘To deliver specialist educational, vocational and therapeutic support for young people who have needs that are associated with a diagnosis on the autistic spectrum and associated complex needs. Together we seek to inspire, enable, develop and support young people to realise and achieve their full potential on their lifelong learning journey.’
Sedgemoor Manor is a mixed specialist school that provides education for young people aged 10 to 19 years who have autism and associated needs. These include:
We are the ideal setting for students who have strong academic potential but struggle in a mainstream environment. At Sedgemoor Manor School, we provide a nurturing environment with access to specialist teaching up to Level 2 and access to Level 3 qualifications in partnership with local colleges. The high standard of support available to each and every young person in our care, enables them to achieve their full potential.