“I am achieving things that I can not believe I am doing and without coming to Moor House I would never have done this.” Luke, Year 11
School & College
Moor House is a specialist school and college for boys and girls with language difficulties (often known as Developmental Langauge Disorder, DLD) and related communication difficulties. Students come to Moor House from our local area as well as from across the UK, and places are funded by Local Education Authorities. We are a non-maintained special school, which is a charity. Moor House has day and residential places for ages 7 to 19 years.
Students are empowered to reach their potential in classroom learning and independence, and to develop communication skills, friendships and self-belief. We offer a highly specialist, safe, caring and stimulating learning environment. Teachers understand the student’s needs and therapy is embedded within the curriculum. Visit our school and college pages to learn more about the curriculum.
Moor House staff are dedicated to understanding each pupil’s needs and evaluation of progress is important to us. Staff continue to develop their knowledge and endeavour to provide high quality teaching and therapy.
We draw upon many years of experience and professionals at Moor House publish their work to share our innovative and evidence based methods internationally. The film 'Meet Seb' tells Seb’s view of the support he has received at Moor House.
|Statement of Values for Students|
| Moor House is a place where:
|Statement of Values for Staff|
Moor House provides an environment where students: