Woodlands Meed (Special School)

Service

Woodlands Meed is a generic special school and college for Mid Sussex , based in Burgess Hill. As well as schooling from age 2-19, we are the lead school for the Local Offer of services to other parents and schools through our Meeds SEND Alliance Hub.

What we do:

  • Special Education tailored to meet a wide range of needs.
  • School site for pupils aged 2 to 14 and those with PMLD.
  • College site for pupils aged 14 to 19 where the focus is on preparation for adult life.
  • Speech and Language, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists and nurses work on site and collaborate with class teams to make personalised provision.
  • The Meeds SEND Alliance offers support to local parents from all schools including Woodlands Meed, through regular events.

Our users say:

One new pupil in September said: I love this school. It is the best one I have been to!

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Age Range: 2–19

Wheelchair Accessible?

Free to use?

Contact Details

01444 244 133

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Website

For more information, and to read about how to access this service, visit:

Local Offer webpage
Address

Woodlands Meed,
Chanctonbury Road,
Burgess Hill,
RH15 9EY

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  • Posted by carriesanter on 17 Oct 15 15:45

    Our daughter started Woodlands Meed in September 2015 and from before she even started we felt valued and respected as parent carers & felt that our daughter was most definitely going to be in the best school for her needs.

    In her first half term she has been chosen to be on the student council, has received two headteacher awards and star of the week. She has gone from a primary school that tried to cater for her needs in large mainstream classes, where she was struggling to stay afloat in a class of 30, to a specialised school that well and truly has a handle on children with complex needs. Staff are extremely friendly, personable and easy to approach. Our daughter loves the school and regularly comments 'i can't wait to go back to school mummy!'

    Of all the decisions we had to make in the process of EHCP's, assessments etc this was by far the easiest, because the school is great!