Specialist provision for children with autism…

Bespoke, personalised learning pathways are provided in a therapeutic environment by specialist staff…

Making use of innovative, autism-specific strategies.


We use a range of best practice strategies and interventions to design and deliver highly individualised learning opportunities for our pupils, combining National Curriculum subjects with an autism-specific curriculum.

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We are ambitious about what each of our pupils can achieve, regardless of their starting point, and take pride in recording, sharing and celebrating the progress they make as individuals.

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Read about our Referrals and Evaluation of Potential Students

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Maple Grove School

Welcome to our website. Thank you for showing interest in our school. I am Ben, Maple Grove’s headteacher.

Maple Grove is a newly opened school providing a specialist setting for learners with autism. We are situated in Hoole, Chester, with the school set within a beautiful, historic building that has been completely refurbished and redesigned to the highest standard.

At Maple Grove, everything we do revolves around the individual needs of each child attending our school, with the aim that every learner is able to fulfil their potential.

Along with our rich and varied curriculum, we focus on developing core life skills such as communication and social ability, sensory processing and emotional regulation; every pupil develops the essential capabilities they need to be as independent as possible when they leave school.

We hope you will find the information on our website useful. If you would like to see the work we do here and would like to visit us in person, please get in touch with a member of the team using the contact details found below.

Ben Reading, Headteacher.

Welcome to Maple Grove School




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