Osborne School, Winchester

Secondary School and College for children with Special Educational Needs, aged 11-19


Osborne School is a maintained special school for pupils with learning disabilities aged 11-19. All pupils who attend or are allocated a place have an Education Health Care Plan. The school philosophy is based on six core values – Respect, Responsibility, Co-operation, Happiness, Honesty and Peace.

The school was commended by Ofsted on the following points:

  • Ambition and determination for pupils to be successful has ensured that the school has not only maintained the many strengths of provision, but also built upon them rapidly all staff work together to ensure that every pupil receives the high quality academic education and personal development needed for them to fulfil their potential
  • pupils make excellent progress personally and academically. Leaders expect many of their pupils to make the same rates of progress as pupils in other mainstream schools. This is a reflection of their high aspirations.
  • The school's commitment to mental health for staff and pupils has a positive impact on the school community. Mental Health is embedded within the pupils’ personal targets, so that well-being permeates school life.

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