Welcome to Prior's Court

A specialist autism provision & non-profit making charity dedicated to bringing the highest level of expertise to support and improve life chances for people with severe autism.

Court Building side view

Specialist autism school: 5-19

Specialist approach, adapted curriculum & environment, highly trained staff, specialist facilities, onsite therapy team.

Prior's Court celebrate Ofsted result

Young adult provision: 19-25

A transitional step towards a more inclusive life, developing communication, social skills, vocational and independent living skills.

Prior's Court School students

Raising funds

To provide specialist facilities, equipment and activities for our young people. Thank you to everyone who supports us.

Student in the multi-sensory room
Our Services
A specialist autism provision & non-profit making charity providing education & residential care to improve life chances for young people with autism aged 5-25, and sharing our expertise through training.

Our Approach
Our specially developed approach using autism best practice and world renowned TEACCH methodologies, along with our highly skilled staff enables our young people to reach their potential.

With an emphasis on meaningful & functional learning opportunities, young people are offered a personalised programme of learning which builds on individual strengths with achievable outcomes.

Take a look at student achievements in the Arts, including activities during Arts & Culture Week, special art projects and our participation in Artsmark.
Music Circle opened by former Elbow drummer Rick Jupp
Former Elbow drummer Rick Jupp officially opened the new Woodland Music Circle at Prior's Court yesterday, joining students, staff, parents and others.
One young person's remarkable achievement with nutrition & exercise
A resident in our Young Adult Provision has come a long way since he joined and recently took part in the Newbury Park Run!
Celebrations following outstanding rating from Ofsted
Staff and students celebrate the outstanding rating by Ofsted following a recent care inspection.
Immersive arts & culture activities to end the term
Last week was Arts & Culture week with music and dance, drumming, fashion and painting to finish the term in style.