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Ingfield Manor School

A Transdisciplinary team approach, with skilled, specialist staff inclusive of nursing, therapy, visual impairment and hearing impairment support.

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Welcome to Ingfield Manor School

Ingfield Manor School is an established special school for students aged 3–19 years with neurological motor impairment such as cerebral palsy and associated sensory and medical needs.

We follow a Conductive Education curriculum which focuses on developing the potential of each individual. We offer a specialist service to support developing strategies for meaningful communication for all our children and young people.

Our provision includes day and residential provision, based in our own idyllic grounds close to Billingshurst, West Sussex.

Here at Ingfield Manor School, we provide:

    • A conductive education provision that empowers individuals in every aspect of their lives
    • An ambitious curriculum for young people with neurological motor impairments. Accredited courses on offer
    • A Transdisciplinary team approach, with skilled, specialist staff inclusive of nursing, therapy, visual impairment and hearing impairment support.
    • Expert provision in augmentative alternative communication (AAC)
    • A newly refurbished residential provision for term time boarding
    • Idyllic grounds with woodland classroom space, high specification sensory room and swimming pool as examples of the incredible resources on offer.
    • Positive relationships with external organisations and professionals.
    • Consultancy paediatrician service, dietetics and behavioural psychology.
    • Outsourcing to mainstream colleges.

“We’ve been blown away with how you and Ingfield have managed the COVID situation. To say you’ve been amazing would not do you justice!” – Charlotte, Parent of Ingfield Student

Conductive Education

School for Parents

School for Parents

School for Parents

Ingfield Manor School for Parents is a unique service for families of babies and very young children from birth to five years. The service works in partnership with parents to educate the young child with cerebral palsy or other motor learning difficulties and allied learning needs. Solid support and practical advice is provided to parents within an encouraging environment, so they can play a key role in the teaching partnership.

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Learn in the woods!

Woodland Classroom

Woodland Classroom

At Ingfield Manor, our beautiful grounds allow us to bring learning outside to our purpose built woodland fully wheelchair accessible classroom. A wonderful opportunity for our pupils.

Our exceptional care provision

Residential Placements

Residential Placements

The wellbeing of the students that board overnight is at the forefront of our residential service, Acorns. Whilst staying with us children can expect to receive exceptional care, benefit from all the facilities we have on site and enjoy a variety of after-school activities. Our recently refurbished accommodation boasts a bright and modern space specifically designed to offer a homely environment.

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School for Parents

School for Parents

School for Parents

Ingfield Manor School for Parents is a unique service for families of babies and very young children from birth to five years. The service works in partnership with parents to educate the young child with cerebral palsy or other motor learning difficulties and allied learning needs. Solid support and practical advice is provided to parents within an encouraging environment, so they can play a key role in the teaching partnership.

Read more

Learn in the woods!

School for Parents

Woodland Classroom

At Ingfield Manor, our beautiful grounds allow us to bring learning outside to our purpose built woodland fully wheelchair accessible classroom. A wonderful opportunity for our pupils.

Residential Placements

School for Parents

Residential Placements

The wellbeing of the students that board overnight is at the forefront of our residential service. Whilst staying with us children can expect to receive exceptional care, benefit from all the facilities we have on site and enjoy a variety of after-school activities. Our recently refurbished accommodation boasts a bright and modern space specifically designed to offer a homely environment.

Read more.

Work with us at Ingfield

Ingfield Manor School is a community that has young people and families at its heart. Those who work at Ingfield Manor School, irrespective of their role, length of service, or experience, share a common passion for the work that we do and a deep commitment to helping the young people at Ingfield Manor School to be the very best they can be, whatever their individual needs and challenges.

Please see our recruitment page for information on our current vacancies.

Work with us at Ingfield

Featured and Latest News and Events

Laundry Day

Laundry Day

6th Form students made the most of Ingfield Manor’s own launderette to learn how to wash their clothes. Who knew wash day could be such fun?

News from Primary

News from Primary

At Ingfield the Primary students are all continuing to make great progress be it at home or in school! We were very lucky to be able to put on a slightly different version of our Primary Christmas play this year – filmed in bubbles and pieced together to create a full...

Emerald City

Emerald City

We couldn’t go out to the community, so the community came to us… At Ingfield Manor, the 6th Form students participate in weekly sessions learning about the community and what their roles are within it. This should have involved being out and about around the...

New Artwork!

New Artwork!

This amazing visual representation of our curriculum will soon be on display at the entrance to the school. Our very own Heidi Conesa-Lerma has used her amazing talent to create our curriculum tree, which shows what we intend all our students to achieve, how we...

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Celebrating Chinese New Year

The five 6th Form students that have been in school this half term chose to do a project on the Chinese New Year. They have carried out research and art projects, including making signs showing their names in Chinese and a Dragons head. This culminated in our recent...

Save the Children

Save the Children

The students and staff of Ingfield Manor School once again raised money to help others by taking part in the Save the Children Christmas jumper day.