The Loddon School

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The Loddon School
Loddon School, Widmoor Lane, Sherfield-on-Loddon. - - 1308857.jpg
Entrance to the Loddon School
Motto "Pathway to a fulfilling life"
Established 1988 (1988)
Type Independent special school
Principal Lynn Young
Head Teacher Karen Rookes
Head of Care Joy Wake
Chair of Trustees Marion Cornick
Founder Marion Cornick
Location Wildmoor Lane
Sherfield on Loddon
RG27 0JD
51°18′11″N 1°01′53″W / 51.3030°N 1.0315°W / 51.3030; -1.0315Coordinates: 51°18′11″N 1°01′53″W / 51.3030°N 1.0315°W / 51.3030; -1.0315
DfE number 850/6005
DfE URN 116589 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 180+
Capacity 29
Gender Coeducational
Ages 8–19

The Loddon School is a British independent school for children who have severe and complex learning difficulties. Children catered for have problems associated with autism and epilepsy, including self injury, aggression and disruptive behaviour. The school is located on Wildmoor Lane in Sherfield on Loddon in the English county of Hampshire. It was founded in 1988 as a charitable trust[1] and, as of 2010, caters for up to 29 children at one time, with over 180 staff providing education and care in a residential setting.

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  1. ^ "The Loddon School". Retrieved 2008-07-09.