Hillingdon Manor is an independent specialist school for children on the autistic spectrum between three and a half and nineteen years of age.
Hillingdon Manor School strives to provide effective, specialist education and support to pupils with an autistic spectrum condition and their families, which will allow pupils to achieve their full potential in education and life.
Located over three sites for primary and secondary, the school offers a unique mix of education and support to pupils within a wide spectrum of needs and abilities. Personalised teaching and learning within an autistic specific environment allows pupils’ individual needs to be addressed completely and their capabilities fully realised.
Message from Headteacher Akinyi Dulo
Hillingdon Manor School is part of the Outcomes First Group
Our WoW starter took place on Friday 27th of February for our current topic ‘Earth, The Moon & Beyond’ The children created mind ma...
The next Grangetown will be taking place on Friday 6th March. We are currently running low on supplies for our charity shop and would be grateful f...
We will be celebrating World Book Day this year on Friday 6th March. Students are invited to dress up as their favourite book character on the day ...
Message from our Patron- Esther Rantzen CBE
Hillingdon Manor School is an oasis in a desert of educational provision. Its teaching staff and specialist facilities make a real difference to youngsters diagnosed with an autism spectrum condition and maximise the potential of every pupil.
The school is a credit to what Anna Kennedy and her dedicated team have managed to achieve through sheer hard work, dedication and a belief that there is a better way of teaching for people with an autism spectrum condition. Its great to see happy youngsters studying and achieving great results, often after many years of despair and disappointment for them and their families.The school is a wonderful facility that is so desperately needed in our country and I am delighted to be associated with helping children with autism achieve their full potential.
Esther Rantzen CBE, Patron – Hillingdon Manor School