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Kisimul Group

Our schools, college, registered care homes and supported living services provide exceptional education and care for children and adults with autism, learning disabilities and complex needs, including behaviours of concern.

Place with us

Finding the right placement for the right person takes teamwork, something we know a lot about. Here’s what we can offer within our services.

Work with us

People who choose a career with us are passionate about the work they do and the people they support. Here’s how you can become a part of the Kisimul family.

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We love to share with everyone the wonderful activities that happens within our services. Here’s how and where you can keep up to date with our latest news.

Busy children are happy children.

Our exceptional schools and children’s homes offer young people an opportunity to reach their full potential through individualised education programmes and activities.

Independence skills are an important part of everyday life.

The ambition of all involved is to enable the adults who live with us to maintain, develop and extend those skills as members of their local communities.

Amazing Staff

Our staff take pride in carrying out their roles, caring, supporting and enabling people we support to live their best possible lives, going above and beyond every single day.

I cannot thank you enough for looking after my princess who I adore and love so much - Parent, An Diadan

To know that our son is safe and well is of the utmost importance to us as a family - Parent, Blythe House

News & Information

Kisimul School Surrey

“Good-quality teaching, which includes the contribution of a highly effective therapy team, ensures that pupils make good progress.”

(Kisimul School Ofsted Report)

“One parent summed up the experiences of others in describing the difference as ‘immeasurable’. For example, pupils’ improved communication and social skills and behaviour mean that they are able to enjoy trips and experiences that were previously not possible.”

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