Pebble Brook School

Pebble Brook School is a special secondary school supporting the development of children aged 11 to 19 years.

Supporting those with communication and interaction needs including speech, language and communication needs, autistic spectrum disorder and moderate learning difficulties. Some children may have a sensory impairment, hearing or vision impairment.  

Who to contact

Contact Name
David Miller
Contact Position
Pebble Brook School

Where to go

Pebble Brook School
Churchill Avenue
HP21 8LZ
Venue Notes

Aylesbury bus station and train station are within a 10 minute walk of Pebble Brook School.

Geographic Area Covered

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday | 8.50am to 3.30pm

Other Details

Age Ranges
11 to 19 years


Referral required
Referral Details

Referral through local authority.

Local Offer


Needs Supported:

communication and interaction needs including:

  • speech, language and communication needs.

  • autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).

  • moderate learning difficulties.

  • Some children may have a sensory impairment, hearing or vision impairment.


Pebble Brook School is a school for young people with a range of learning and additional disabilities.  We are a diverse population that forms one positive and progressive community. 

Our individualised approach underpins all our work and is supported by high staffing ratios and close monitoring of progress, potential and social, physical and emotional well being of every young person.

Every child has the right to enter school every morning feeling respected and safe. They should know that what they are expecting to be taught is appropriate to them and will challenge them. They should also get regular opportunities to sense the amazing feeling of success.

Staff and pupil relationships are a strength of this school.  Staff and pupils build mutual respect through talking and sharing time throughout every minute of the school day. Our standards of behaviour and discipline have been noted as outstanding by two different external inspectors.

Behaviour begins in the classroom.  Excellent teaching nearly always brings excellent behaviour.  Further to this, our pupils know their boundaries and are taught and encouraged to behave rather than told to behave.  Incidents are dealt with professionally and swiftly and appropriate action is taken.

Our new approach to the curriculum inspires learning and promotes relevance by providing opportunities to use and apply skills as they develop.  We make no apologies for a heavy emphasis on literacy and numeracy, but we balance this out with a broad range of other subjects, many of which carry outside accreditation.  

We are very proud of our growing vocational opportunities.  We continue to provide construction and small animal care, horticulture, painting and decorating as well as car maintenance.

All pupils in Years 9, 10 and 11 complete ASDAN accreditation's that develop their personal and social skills.  Options available in key stage 4 include Travel and Tourism, BTEC Sport, Cookery and Art just to name a few.

Our Sixth Form, affectionately known as the FED, emphasises workability skills and helping young people achieve their ambitions in employment.  Work experience and internships are high on the agenda and we are proud that the majority of our students leave at 19 either to go onto further education or into full or part-time employment.  

Contact Name
David Miller
Contact Telephone
Contact Email
Local Offer Links
SEN Information at Pebble Brook School
SEN Policy (PDF) at Pebble Brook School
Local Offer Age Bands
16 to 18
12 to 15
19 to 25
8 to 11
Needs Level
Communication and Interaction
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties
SEN Provision Type
Targeted service or Specialist service (Referral required)

Schools Extended Local Offer Response

Current Ofsted Rating
 Rating: Good  URN: 110576
What type of provisions you offer
Special School
Special School Numbers
Approximately how many children do you have on roll?

Approximately how many children/young people have a Statement/EHC plan in your provision?

Approximately how many children/young people are accessing specialist provision without a Statement/EHC plan?

Admission criteria and how pupils access specialist provision (start of school year or mid-year)
  • The child has an Education Health Care Plan (EHC Plan)

  • The child is 11 to 19-years-old.

  • The child is unable to fully access, or follow a modified form, the National Curriculum in a mainstream setting.

For more information please see our website.

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