Location: Lewes, East Sussex
Ofsted: Requires Improvement
Owlswick is located in Kingston, Lewes, East Sussex. It is a mile away from the town of Lewes and 7 miles from the south coast and the vibrant city of Brighton. We offer placements to young people from any part of the country with the majority coming from London and the South East.
Owlswick School provides specialist education and support to young people who have social, emotional, cognitive and sensorial needs or may have been assessed as having a form of Neurodiversity or some form of Complex Trauma. All young people placed with us will have an Education Health Care Plan and may not be able to attend mainstream education at this time. Our aim is to provide a family style home where young people can also receive their education on site. Education is provided by an experienced teaching team who understand the barriers young people face in accessing school and learning when they have difficult and challenging life experiences, coupled with emotional and behavioural issues.View Our Prospectus
“I am really proud to be the Head of School at Owlswick Park. The young people we work with here deserve the best and we strive to provide that. We offer a varied curriculum, ensuring all areas of the curriculum are covered to a high standard. Each pupils timetable is individualised to their needs and their pathway helps them achieve their own personal goals. Our grounds are a highlight of our school and outdoor learning is a fundamental. Please contact me if you would like to visit.”
Our school is supported by a wider community of Compass Schools which are located across the country.
Our experienced team of Teachers and support staff work tirelessly to ensure the best possible education is provided at all of our schools.See Our Schools
An amazing outdoor environment
Therapeutic input throughout the day
We love our school and we think you will too! Our school has:
developing young people who are responsible, caring and respectful of others, and who have a strong sense of fair-ness and what is ‘right’. We want them to treat others as they would like to be treated themselves and to understand and celebrate diversity and difference.
The school will help our children and young people to develop an inner discipline and will encourage pupils to not just ‘follow the crowd’ – they will make up their own minds and be ready to accept responsibility for what they do. They will grow through making choices and holding to the choices that they have made. They will want to be honest with themselves and with others.
We’d love to talk to you about how we could support a child in your care.
Get it touch with us if you’d like to learn more about admissions or anything more specific about the school.Contact Us