Becoming A Resident

Prior to overnight stays young people are offered the opportunity to experience life on a residential bungalow by coming down after school and participating in bungalow activities before having tea with us. Following successful tea visits they can move on to short breaks (overnight stays) if required.

We aim for the residential assessments to take place on the relevant bungalow so parents can meet House Managers and get a feel for the bungalow. When meeting the young people, we do what we can to meet their peer group needs within a relevant bungalow.

becoming a resident

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Why Choose Us?

Why Choose Us?

Find out about our fantastic facilities, set in 18 acres of beautiful, rural Sussex.

Living with us

Living With Us

Learn more about our 'home from home' environment and the range of on and off-site activities on offer.

what people say

What People Say

Parents, Ofsted, staff and residents share how they feel about Chailey Heritage Residential.

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Local Offer

Full details of our 'Residential Living and Short Breaks Local Offer'.

Working in partnership with

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