Muntham House School


Muntham House School is an all through special school, providing boarding and day provision for boys aged 5-18 years old.  The school is set in 23 acres of beautiful West Sussex country side, with excellent sporting facilities and an extensive Forest Schools programme.  The equipment and facilities are state of the art across the school, supporting pupils to learn. Our dedicated staff team are both highly trained and experienced in working with pupils with SEN. The dedication and commitment which the staff team make to all of the pupils is excellent. 

The pupils at Muntham House School have challenging behaviours linked to ADHD, Autism, and other SEN conditions.  We also work with pupils with Social Emotional and Mental Health needs, and always strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for all of our pupils.  Whatever stage of learning our pupils are at when they arrive academically, the staff will work hard to motivate and engage them in order that they re-engage and start to enjoy learning again.  All of our pupils take GCSE examinations and we have a 100% pass rate for the past six consecutive years.  At 16, pupils join the Post-16 where they learn vocational and academic qualifications to enable them to become work ready and employable for when they leave at 18 years of age.   

Our residential programme provides life skills and independence for all pupils who board.  Care staff focus on developing pupil’s confidence and raising their self-esteem, by ensuring that they have a carefully planned and structured care curriculum. Social skills development is a key area of focus and all pupils who board have the opportunity to participate in sport or social clubs within the local area.    

Muntham House School has a local, regional and national reputation for innovation and outstanding practice.  We provide training to other schools within West Sussex and other education authorities.  We hold the International Award with the British Council, and were the first special school to achieve this accreditation due to our extensive partnerships and collaborative work with African schools.