Rodney House Special School

Rodney House Special School

Welcome to our Website

Home Learning

Please click on the class links below for immediate access to remote learning activities.  If your child is at home then this is a great way to ensure they are still able to participate in school life and the curriculum:

There are also some more great resources on the home learning tab that you may want to explore, such as, the Communication activities and

Emotional Well-being pages!


Welcome to Rodney House School

"Learning through teamwork and trust"


Rodney House school provides school places for children with an EHC plan stating 'Specialist support' and a city wide Outreach
service which supports Early Years children and their families. The service also offers training and support to daycare providers.  

Rodney House is a welcoming community which helps all children to reach their full potential. We are a unique school. We offer support to approximately 300 children at any one time. 60 through school places and the rest through outreach service.

We aim to provide a safe, caring environment where all achievement is valued and celebrated.


 "Pupils thrive and many make outstanding progress in each area of development from their starting points."

(Ofsted 2017)


Ethos and Values

At Rodney House we believe in the importance of working together in a spirit of trust to provide a stimulating, challenging and personalised approach to learning. Our aim is to challenge all children to strive to reach their potential, breaking down barriers to learning along the way. We aim to provide a welcoming and safe environment for children, staff and all stakeholders underpinned by a common respect.


  If you have any enquiries about the school please use the phone number or email address below. One of the admin team Ana, or Maxine who will be able to help or pass your request on to the person to best assist. 


Telephone:   0161 230 6854



Contact address:

Rodney House School 

Albert Grove


M12 4WF 

click to access a list of local sources of support including food bank locations 

Sources of Support - click to open

We ask that your child does not attend school with any COVID symptoms:
1. A high temperature: any new high temperature where your child feels     hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to measure the       temperature)
2. A new continuous cough: coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three     or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
3. A loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste: a noticeable loss of       smell or taste or things smell and taste different to normal  
4. If you are unsure about whether to get a test, please check the           official list of symptoms on the NHS website, which is reviewed             regularly:  
If your child is off awaiting a test result please look on your class page for suggested work and activities.

Please follow the advice from the government 


Click the link below for information on the Health Hub

Health Hub

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