Here at Aurora Meldreth Manor, many of our students have complex learning difficulties, often associated with profound physical disabilities and/or medical needs. Whatever a student’s abilities or challenges, we aim to provide them with memorable experiences and stimulating activities that promote self-esteem and personal independence.
This approach is enhanced by the imaginative use of a variety of suitable and interesting resources and environments – from the rich experiences of sound, colour and touch in the sensory room, through to energising rebound therapy and physical exercises in the hydrotherapy pool.
As a registered children’s home, we can also provide students with a vibrant yet homely space in which to live, whether throughout the year or just for a short break.
We hope you enjoy reading about our school and residential facilities, and we look forward to welcoming you and your child to our community here at Aurora Meldreth Manor.
Denise Grayston, Principal, Aurora Meldreth Manor School and Children’s Home