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Radlett Lodge School [Special School]

National Autistic Society, Harper Lane, Radlett, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom WD7 9HW

Age Range & Fees

Age Range4 to 19
Annual Day Fees£38126 to £38126
Annual Weekly Boarding Fees£66023 to £66023
Annual Full Boarding Fees£0 to £0

Number of Pupils

Boys Girls
33Day7
0Full Board0
13Weekly1
46Total8

Number of Staff

Full-time: 45
Part-time: 7

GCSE Pass Rate - Age 16

Grades A* - C or 9 – 5

Pass Rate - Age 18

Exams at age 18

Higher Education

Pupils who went on to Higher Education

Gereldine Meneonca


At Radlett Lodge School, our ultimate aim is to enable every one of our students to become as independent as possible. We emphasise developing communication and social skills through a curriculum which meets the specific needs of students with autism, as well as emphasising the importance of being involved with the local community.

We have a high staff to student ratio which enables students to access all areas of the National Curriculum at the right level. Through a structured and supportive learning environment and friendly, approachable staff, students develop social relationships and receive a broad and balanced education.

Our specialist facilities support your child's progress including a gymnasium, teaching kitchen, soft play area, individual work stations in our large classrooms and a sensory garden with tipi. Lessons and activities are made highly interactive through the use of iPads, video cameras, specialist sporting equipment including a trampoline

We prepare students for adult life by supporting them to enjoy activities in the wider community and to learn life and independent living skills; we also make everything we teach relevant to the real world. Some students are encouraged to visit other local schools and colleges, and take part in activities with pupils and students there, perhaps by joining an ICT club or playing a game of football. We also have a post-16 unit, which is completely personalised so that when each child moves on into adulthood they can be as independent, confident and in control as possible.

Our school has been rated by Ofsted as Outstanding in every aspect, but we always believe that we can continue to develop and improve; we even have a school council where all of our students can have their say, no matter how they communicate. At Radlett Lodge School we know how to identify the needs of our students and to meet them in a way that is understanding, positive and meaningful.

"Pupils' behaviour and their personal development are outstanding because their personal needs are managed so well. An exceptional personal, social, emotional and health education programme is rightly focused on providing pupils with as much choice and independence as possible." Ofsted, 2013
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Method of Entry

  • Referral by Local Authority or Social Services
  • This is a Special School
  • This school is for pupils with autistic spectrum needs (or autistic spectrum PLUS other special education needs)

Scholarships & Bursaries

    Accreditations and Affliations:

    • ISBA
    • NAS
    • NASS Special Schools

    Religious Affliations:

    • No religious affiliation


    Teaching Languages:

    • English
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