Meldreth Manor School is a co-educational day and residential school registered for up to 50
students aged between six and 19 years with profound and complex disabilities and learning
There are currently 16 students on roll in the age range seven to 19 years, all of whom have
statements of special educational needs.
The majority of students live in the children's home which is located on the same site.
Students have a variety of conditions: many have cerebral palsy and associated conditions such as sensory impairment; others present with a range of syndromes. They all require high
levels of personal support with their physical, medical and learning needs and, consequently,
receive one-to-one adult support in all lessons.
The head of education was appointed as acting Principal at the beginning of the autumn
term 2013, following the retirement of the previous Principal.
The school aims to `promote the self-esteem and personal autonomy of children and young
people who have physical disabilities and complex learning difficulties'.
The school was last inspected in November 2010.
The school has dual registration as a children's home, and an inspection of the care provision
took place at the same time as the school inspection; this is the subject of a separate report.
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