Bedelsford School will open as far as is possible to support the families of keyworkers and vulnerable children we serve who have not been advised that they should remain at home or self isolate due to their complex health needs or any underlying risk factors due to Covid 19.
It is my great privilege to be Principal of Bedelsford School and to welcome you to our website. At Bedelsford we aim to work together in partnership with families and multi-agency colleagues to ensure all our inspiring pupils reach their full potential whatever that may be for each individual.
Our curriculum while incorporating the National Curriculum where appropriate, is innovative and highly personalised to ensure we meet the educational needs of our pupils who all have physical, profound or complex learning difficulties and disabilities. We aim to provide an education that not only enables pupils to continually learn and progress but that also offers exciting and aspirational opportunities to take part in learning activities that prepare them for adulthood and lead to lifelong achievement and wellbeing.
If you think your child would like a place at Bedelsford or you would like to visit the school please contact us. You are very welcome.
Julia James BA Hons PG Dip(SpEd) - Principal
Bedelsford School aims to provide a happy, stimulating and safe learning environment where pupils are positively encouraged to engage in their learning with appropriate support provided by skilled staff to access the curriculum.
The school is truly ‘outstanding’ indeed and we don’t mean just in the sense of how Ofsted have classified it.
Parent of Year 7 child
Before Bedelsford School closed Owls Class made an information film about how to greet each other during the Corona virus outbreak. We hope you enjoy our short film. Click here to view the video
On November 18th Bedelsford’s students were delighted to showcase their original, adapted version of The Tempest. The students worked hard in the weeks building up to the performance to inspire and help Tim, Tom and Elliot from Thrift Theatre to …
Students from Bedelsford School and Orchard Hill College teamed up to entertain the staff at the Saipem office in Kingston. Saipem has been supporting Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust’s fundraising activities for the last few years and this year …