Manchester Hospital School works to ensure that any child who is unable to attend their own school due to ill health can continue to make progress, by removing barriers to learning so they can still experience success in their education.
Manchester Hospital School is a school like no other and we've built a national and international reputation as a beacon of excellence in our field. As a Hospital School, we are classed as a community special school because all of our young people have ill health; physical, mental or both.
Our schools operate across a number of sites, teaching children of all ages and abilities. We also work with schools across Manchester and beyond, offering advice and practical assistance on how they can best support any of their students who can no longer attend school for health reasons.
If you would like to speak to us please call us 0161 509 2368 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently offering in school learning for all of our students. Please see our Remote Learning Offer Document here. There are some useful resources online that may help you support your child during this time of uncertainty.
- YouTube: Supporting Neurodiverse Children In Challenging Times Such As During Self-Isolation
- Young Minds
- Through the Maze
- Local Offer Coronavirus Advice and Information
- Coming To Terms With Changes Linked With COVID-19 .
- Film Guides and Resources to Use at Home
- The Proud Trust - advice and support for the LGBT + youth community here.
If you are a parent or carer and require any further advice or support from an educational psychologist relating to the current situation; please contact the following help line: 0161 276 0115 - Monday to Friday 09:00-12:00. Please click here for further support and advice.