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Emmanuel’s story 

Emmanuel* came to a Priory school as a residential student after struggling to deal with his Asperger Syndrome in mainstream education.

When he arrived he was educationally able, yet failing to engage and cope with both the academic and social demands of school.

He was initially placed in a small class group and was given clear expectations, firm boundaries and

predictability. This gave Emmanuel the structure he needed to reduce his anxieties and extreme behaviours.

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Muhammad's story

Muhammad* has dyslexia and came to live and learn at Priory Education and Children’s Services’ Mark College in 2014 at the age of 15.

As a student from Saudi Arabia, Muhammad’s parents wanted him to study in a Specialist Educational Needs (SEN) school in England where dyslexia was understood and his needs were met.

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I am truly moved by the tremendous support

"I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to Mark College, especially to Ms. Polly and her fabulous team in assisting me in completing all formalities for my son Mohammed’s admission. As a mother, especially coming from the Middle East, I am truly moved by the tremendous support provided to me." 

Mother of a student