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.

Achievements
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 some of the work done to celebrate religious & cultural events as part of our Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural (SMSC) curriculum.
Intel volunteers spend a day working at Prior's Court
Volunteers helped out in our Countryside Learning Centre, building a bug house, painting, laying woodchip and more.
Young Adult Provision wins Agricultural Challenge
Young adults from the Cottages were delighted to win at the Newbury & District Agricultural Society challenge this year.
Dame Stephanie Shirley visits for breaking ground ceremony
To mark the start of work on our new state-of-the-art residential buildings to include a communal hub with fitness club, youth club and life skills room.
Students enjoy Music for Autism performance
The concert, led by the very talented Derek Paravicini enabled students to interact with music in a safe and encouraging environment.
Spinnaker Tower Abseil – 18/06/2016

Looking for an adrenalin rush? Look no further, abseil down Spinnaker Tower whilst raising money to support our young people with autism.

Spinnaker Tower Abseil – 09/07/2016

Looking for an adrenalin rush? Look no further, abseil down Spinnaker Tower whilst raising money to support our young people with autism.