We take a creative and personalised approach so that every student can learn at their level.
At Inscape House School, we break down barriers to learning for children with autism. Based in Cheadle, we support young people from Year 1 to Year 14.
We recognise that every child is different. That's why we create individual learning programmes matched with a core team of therapists. All delivered by our dedicated team and accredited by the National Autistic Society.
If you can’t find the information that you need below, please contact our reception on 0161 283 4750
If you're a parent or carer, we've put together some key information that you might find useful.
Our day starts at 8.55 am and finishes at 3.00 pm. Registration for the morning closes at 9.30 am and at 1.30 pm in the afternoon.
Inscape House School
Together Trust campus
0161 283 4750
Sara Bayley, Headteacher
Giles Gaddum, Chair of the governing body
Our policies help create a safe environment in which children can learn and develop.
You can also download and read our pupil premium spending online.
Students love our campus. We’ve got everything covered with sensory rooms, an adventure playground, outdoor gym equipment and a sensory playground. We have a highly specialised 4D sensory facility. Our green-fingered students can develop their horticulture skills in our gardens, while aspiring chefs can develop their work and independent skills in our fully equipped kitchen and onsite café. And, computer-savvy students can put their skills to the test in our ICT suite.
The best way to see what we have to offer is to pay us a visit. Contact us to arrange a tour.
An admission typically involves:
We will support you throughout the admissions and transition process.
We're proud to have been awarded 'Good' in our most recent Ofsted inspection. Read our report online.
"Autism is no barrier for pupils at this school. You and your staff have proven that pupils with autism can continue to develop skills and strategies that enable them to participate as independent, valued citizens enjoying equal rights and opportunities."
Ofsted report, 2017
You can find and compare our school performance information online.