The majority have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, while other pupils’ disabilities are caused by acquired brain injury or genetic condition. A growing number of children require full time help to breathe, using a ventilator.
The majority of pupils have a learning disability, including some who have profound and multiple learning difficulties. However, others are cognitively able and their barriers to learning are their medical needs and physical disabilities.
Our vision is for every young person at Chailey Heritage School to be given every opportunity to make progress towards fulfilment. We will never, ever give up looking for ways to support our young people to make their own choices in life, and to achieve their own desired destinations.
Our specialist facilities are second to none and include an award-winning mobility and track system, a multi-sensory studio with the latest technology to improve sensory awareness, a hydrotherapy pool, all-weather therapeutic horse riding and cutting-edge ICT facilities. Pupils have on-site access to clinical and therapeutic input from our NHS colleagues enabling the very best provision of treatment and care.
Romilly has really improved with her independent cycling.Comic Relief 2019
Seymour students raise funds for Comic Relief.Making Music with Vegetables
Students from Chailey School and CHF perform together.Hanbury Red Nose Day Prep Toby, Ella and Keelie from H1 went to Sainsburys in Haywards Heath to buy suppli... 'Outstanding' - Challenge Partners Review Chailey Heritage School was judged to be Outstanding in a recent Challange Partn... Ella's Birthday Trip Ella from Hanbury took two friends to Crawley for clothes shopping and a makeove... Bishop of Chichester Visits Chailey Heritage Foundation We were delighted to welcome the Bishop of Chichester, The Right Reverend Dr Mar... Pupils Try JOLF On Tuesday the 26th of February we invited Jolf (Junior Golf), into Chailey Heri... Seymour Celebrate a Monstrous World Book Day
Students celebrate World Book Day with monster themed activitiesWorld Book Day with St Martin’s
Students celebrate World Book DayFar From a Flat Day
Seymour and St. Martin’s students celebrate Shrove TuesdayHenry and Patchwork Farm
Read about how Patchwork Farm has helped Henry's confidenceStudents Compete in Table Cricket
CHF students take on other schools in competitionChailey's Toy Story
Local man donates hand-made toys to the childrenSt Martin's Chinese New Year Celebrations Children in St Martin's department have been celebrating Chinese New Year... Bertie Enjoyed Singing this Morning
Bertie in St Martin's enjoyed singing in class this morningJoyful Harmonica Ensemble perform for staff and young people at Chailey Heritage On Friday 11th January the young people and staff at Chailey Heritage foundation... Christmas Holiday Club
Young people enjoyed activities over the Christmas holidaysChailey Heritage Welcomes New Chair of Trustees We are delighted to welcome Mark Creamer as our new Chair of Trustees after Bill... Bill Shelford and Verena Hanbury retire from the Trustee Board On Monday 10 December, we said goodbye and thank you to Bill Shelford and Verena... Young People Review Accessibility for Winter Wonderland Young people at Chailey were asked to act as ambassadors for people with disabil... Sensory Music Session for School Pupils
Musician brings songs and storytelling to the school pupilsOld and New Friends Lesley Barcock, our new farm manager, came into class to introduce herself and b... PAT Dogs Visit Hanbury We have PAT dogs visiting the school again and it’s great!... Feeling Sound! Our engineer, Martin Langner, has made a large size active resonance board for o... Hanbury Present 'The Great Blueness' Panto 2018
Hanbury present 'The Great Blueness'Seymour Present 'A Chailey Christmas Carol' Seymour depertment performed their take on the classic 'A Christmas Carol... St Martin's Christmas Play On Tuesday 11th December St Martin's Department held their Christmas play in... Chailey Heritage Foundation Holds Annual Christmas Carol Concert On Wednesday 12th December we held our annual carol service in St Martin's C... Meet Lesley, Our New Patchwork Farm Manager After giving Lesley a few weeks to settle in we sat down and gave her a grilling... School Team Takes on Boccia Competition
A team of three from Hanbury and Seymour competeWork Experience Wonders
Two pupils from Hurstpierpoint College do work experience at CHFHanbury's Trip to the Flicks
We had a wonderful outing to the Depot cinema in Lewes.M2 Go Christmas Shopping On Friday 7th December M2 went Christmas shopping at South Downs Nurseries (Hass... Hanbury Students Enjoy a Visit From the Christmas For Kids Performers
Hanbury students enjoy a visit from the Christmas For Kids performersBig Success for Big Give Christmas Challenge
Target of £15,000 towards eye gaze smashedTeacher Shares Expertise at Conference
Teacher speaks about special sex education at conferenceChailey Raises Over £1500 for BBC Children in Need We're very proud of all of the fundraising efforts for BBC Children in Need ... Hanbury Complete 'Chailey Mile' for Children in Need 2018 Students from Hanbury Department completed a sponsored 'Chailey Mile' fo... New Sound System to Make Waves
Sound system coming soon to the pool areaHolly Excels in Dressage
CHF pupil takes riding well in her strideWelcome to Bonnie! On Wednesday 7th November, the long-awaited PAT dog was introduced to Chailey He... St Martin’s Warmed by Bonfire Celebrations
Students from St Martin’s enjoyed arts, crafts and a bonfireHanbury Trip to Brighton Marina We enjoyed a wonderful sunny day at the Brighton Marina – seeing all the b... Are You Ready For The Big Give Christmas Challenge?
Donations towards Eyegaze are doubled for one week onlyHalloween in Seymour Department Last week, Seymour department celebrated all things gruesome and gory! The young... Out and About In the Community with Hanbury After a trip around Pound Land to choose items for our school panto (it’s ... Lets Get Moving! Three members of M2 have been using their switches to independently control thei... Jacob Stands Tall
One of our pupils have come on tremendously well with his standing
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