Chailey Heritage Foundation is a pioneering charity providing education, care and transition services for children and young people with complex physical disabilities and health needs.

We are recognised as one of the UK’s leading centres for children and young adults with neurological motor impairment such as Cerebral Palsy, and we have a national reputation for our work in supporting young people’s communication and developing independence through powered mobility.

Our aim is to provide a stimulating and inclusive environment where all young people are given every opportunity to make progress towards fulfilment and develop life skills in preparation for adulthood.

Our charity encompasses Chailey Heritage School, Chailey Heritage Residential and Chailey Heritage Futures.

Chailey Heritage School

3 to 19 yr olds
Chailey Heritage
Ofsted Outstanding special school for children and young people

Chailey Heritage Residential

3 to 19 yr olds
Chailey Heritage Residential
providing residential facilities 365 days of the year

Futures@Chailey Heritage

19 and over
Chailey Heritage Futures
accommodation and day provision to help young adults develop life skills in preparation for adulthood

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Chailey Heritage Foundation: Making an Impact 2013/15

Chailey Heritage Foundation Latest News

23 Oct 2015

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Chailey Heritage Foundation: Making an Impact 2013/15

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Chief Executive Welcome

A Welcome From Our Chief Executive

Helen Hewitt welcomes you as she talks about our vision, our history and our specialist provision.

Click here to read Helen's blog.

Working in partnership with

Chailey Heritage Foundation works in partnership with Chailey Heritage Clinical Services, part of Sussex Community NHS Trust. They provide medical intervention, clinical expertise and a range of therapies on-site for our children, young people and young adults.

Chailey Heritage Clinical ServicesSussex community NHS trust