Residential provision at MacIntyre School
Life at the School
What a night! The 2022 MacIntyre School Prom
The MacIntyre School Prom was a memorable night for everyone involved - and also a night that best represents the key elements of the MacIntyre DNA.
MacIntyre celebrates Level 3 Achievement in Education and Training
September's 2021 class have completed their qualification.
MacIntyre School Easter Raffle
MacIntyre School in Wingrave are holding an Easter Raffle, which will be drawn on 13 April for the end of school year Prom.
More than just a job: Megan’s story
We caught up with Megan, a Support Worker, to find out what it’s like working in one of our residential children’s homes.
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MacIntyre School acknowledges that there is a growing interest in the concept of a multi- tiered curriculum approach.
MacIntyre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Admissions and Referrals
The DfE recognises 38 residential places and an additional 10 day places at MacIntyre School, Hillside.
Our Local Advisory Board (LAB) plays a key role in supporting MacIntyre’s Trustee Board to fulfil their regulatory duties by providing local scrutiny.
Policies and Statements
The School’s key policies and statements can be accessed from the list on this page.
Read about how we adopt a student-centred approach in all aspects of our education and care, including Health and Therapy as well as Community Interaction.
The School is based in a small village near Aylesbury and provides education for children and young people with autism and severe learning disabilities.
MacIntyre School is a truly special place, providing excellent education and care for children and young people aged between 10 and 19.
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Read more about our Children's Homes
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Woodland View provides 24/7 support and care for children and young people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs.