Building Unique Futures Together
Woodlands Meed is a special school for 2-19 year old children and young people with a wide range of special needs. Pupils aged 2-14 attend our School site, those aged 14-19 attend the College site. Both sites are in Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
Together, the two sites form a generic special school for children and young people with Statements of Special Educational Needs or Education and Health Care Plans. Most of our pupils come from the Mid Sussex area.
Woodlands Meed opened in September 2012. It is a foundation special school; a maintained school with many links to local schools and the local authority. We operate a special needs Hub for West Sussex County Council, known as The Meeds SEND Alliance. This offers specialist services and training for families and staff to support learners with special educational needs and disabilities in the Mid Sussex area.
Prospective Parents can view our Parents Information Booklet through the button on the left below. Woodlands Meed's strapline is 'Building Unique Futures Together' which reminds us all of our vision to offer an appropriate personalised pathway through education for all our pupils. We want this to lead to positive outcomes for all our students and also to ensure every member of the school community feels safe and secure. The Governors' Vision Statement is available at the link below.
Current pupils, families and staff can access the school's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) through the button on the right below using their log-in details.
We hope you will find our website helpful, whatever your interest in our school.
Adam Rowland, Headteacher
- Friday 13th January 2017
School and college sites are both open as usual today, Friday 13th January...
- Thursday 24th November 2016
Six West Sussex schools, including Woodlands Meed, have been given £15,000 to run a programme promoting the...