Welcome to Ingfield Manor School
Our aim is to provide an environment in which children and young people feel that they are valued as individual, holistic, active learners and empowered with the confidence and self-esteem to communicate, make choices and develop skills throughout their school career and beyond.
To ensure a personalised approach which enables all children and young people to fulful their potential, we offer three different provisions on the Ingfield Manor site.
Ingfield Manor School
An established special school for students aged 3—19 years with neurological motor impairment such as Cerebral Palsy and associated medical and sensory needs.
Following the Conductive Education approach, Ingfield Manor School focuses on the holistic development of each individual, including their physical and communication skills. Read our Ofsted Report from October 2017.
Woodview provides a Secondary provision for young people with speech, language and communication needs.
Opened in September 2022, Woodview provides a rich, varied curriculum, adapted to meet the needs of the students.
Acorns is the residential provision at Ingfield Manor School, the school is located just outside Billingshurst in 17 acres of idyllic grounds. Acorns currently offers Monday – Friday boarding provision during term time for children and young people with neurological motor impairment between the ages of 7 to 19 years. Read out Ofsted Report from March 2023.
A conductive education provision that empowers individuals in every aspect of their lives.
An ambitious curriculum for young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
Accredited courses for our older students.
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) and total communication approach.
Homely 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 family psychotherapy.
Links with mainstream colleges.
School for Parents has been life-changing for our family. It was such a relief to find experienced, specialist staff who understood and shared our high expectations for our son. Even on the hardest of days, the team always highlighted the positives and managed to put a smile on our faces.
The admissions process is designed to ensure that prospective students find the right pathway that meets their unique needs and aspirations.
It begins with an initial inquiry
We encourage prospective students to visit
Complete an application form
Our intake team carefully reviews each submission
Successful applicants are offered a place at college subject to funding
Students are supported through the enrolment process, which involves completing the necessary paperwork, transition visits
We ensure that every prospective student receives the guidance they need to embark on a successful educational journey with us
Beaumont College Sussex
Beaumont Sussex is a newly set up satellite provision of Beaumont College.
Our new satellite college in Sussex is based within the idyllic grounds of Ingfield Manor School.
Beaumont Sussex provides a person-centred curriculum to young people with physical and learning disabilities, aged 18-25 years.
This is an ideal pathway for students at Ingfield Manor School who wish to continue their education.
News & Events
Ingfield Manor School students had a fun-filled day sometime in December when Santa Claus paid a special visit, although the school hosted a smaller event for the students and their families. Ingfield Manor School say a big thank you to Ingfield Light Railway for...
We’re talking about the John Muir Award, which is all about getting our students excited about nature and the environment!
School for Parents is free and specifically for families with little ones who are facing challenges with cerebral palsy and other motor learning difficulties