Rowdeford School

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Rowdeford School
Type Community Special School
Headteacher Ingrid Sidmouth
Deputy Headteachers Michael Loveridge
Emma Rossiter
Location Rowde
SN10 2QQ
Coordinates: 51°22′08″N 2°02′02″W / 51.369°N 2.034°W / 51.369; -2.034
Local authority Wiltshire Council
DfE URN 126546 Tables
Staff 98
Students 130
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16

Rowdeford School is a special needs community school, near Rowde, Wiltshire, England, for young people with complex needs and autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) aged between 11 and 16.[1] The school caters for 130 pupils and also has boarding for 16 pupils. In 2008 the school was awarded specialist status in communication and interaction.

The school is run by Wiltshire Council with additional support from Rowdeford Charity Trust, an independent charity that is focused on the advancement of education for young people with disabilities and special needs.


  1. ^ "Rowdeford School, Rowde". Wiltshire Community History. Wiltshire Council. Retrieved 6 April 2015. 

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