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Breckenbrough School

Breckenbrough is a non-maintained independent school for boys aged from 9-19 who have autistic spectrum conditions or ADHD, ADD, ODD and other complex needs. The aim of the school is to provide an academic education suited to each boy to enable them to access further or higher education or the world of work and to lead a happy independent life.

Breckenbrough is more than just a school. It provides a nurturing and therapeutic environment, which enables boys from 9 to 19 to successfully access a curriculum that meets their needs and interests. We are especially successful with students who are diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, but also work effectively with others who want to learn and develop but have found it difficult to do so.

Link to DfE School information

Who to contact

Contact Name
Diane Walker
Contact Position
Admissions manager
Telephone
01845587238
E-mail
diane.walker@breckenbrough.org.uk
Website
Breckenbrough website

Where to go

Name
Breckenbrough
Address
Breckenbrough School
Sandhutton
Thirsk
North Yorkshire
Postcode
YO7 4EN
Notes

There are parking facilities. Boys can be taken to train stations at Thirsk or Northallerton.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
School terms and times

Other Details

Costs

Details
LEAs can obtain information from the bursar, Sue Jones

Availability

Referral required?
Yes
Referral Details

All boys need an EHCP which states that they require a special school placement.

Access or Eligibility

Boys who come to Breckenbrough are likely to be of average or above average ability and want to do well academically.

Breckenbrough offers places to boys aged 9-19.

Last updated: 06/03/2019
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