Exeter House School

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Exeter House School is a special school in Salisbury, UK. It has a capacity for 90 pupils aged from 2 to 19 years who have special education needs. It educates children with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. These difficulties may be caused by autism spectrum disorders and other communication and language problems.[1]

The school is called Exeter House because it was originally based in Exeter House in Exeter Street Salisbury. It is now situated off Somerset Road in Salisbury.

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  1. ^ "Exeter House Special School". Good Schools Guide. 2013. Retrieved 7 Sep 2013. 

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Coordinates: 51°04′52″N 1°47′25″W / 51.0811°N 1.7904°W / 51.0811; -1.7904