Marlborough School caters for pupils aged 11 – 19 years who have severe and complex learning difficulties. A number of our students have profound and multiple learning difficulties and nearly half have a diagnosis of autism. We are keen to ensure that all our pupils have a peer group that they can relate to and can socialise with and that we have a bespoke curriculum which is tailored to meet our pupils’ very specific needs.

The provision at Marlborough School complements the other provision that is available within the London Borough of Bexley. We are a relatively small school and this has many benefits. However, we are not able to cater for students who have very complex behaviour as we do not have the necessary physical space to safely accommodate them within the site.

All of our students are admitted following a consultation process through the local authority. We carefully consider each referral made to us to ensure that we are fully able to meet the student’s needs. The local authority is responsible for making decisions around admission to the school but we will always be honest and will say if we are not the right provision for any individual.

We welcome visitors to the school and strongly recommend that parents and carers come and visit us before making an application.

Information about the Local Authority's SEN admissions can be found here: