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Osborne School, Winchester

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Osborne School
Athelstan Road

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SO23 7GA

TypeCommunity special school
Motto"Opportunities In Learning"
Established2013 (2013)
Local authorityHampshire
Department for Education URN116511 Tables
HeadteacherSonia O'Donnell
Age11 to 19
Enrolment147 as of January 2015

Osborne School is a community special school in Winchester, England.[1] The school has 16 classes in the main school. The residential unit, which had 2 classes for pupils aged 16 and over, was converted in 2016 to a day service with a total of 7 classrooms and a light and sound room.[2] Each class has up to 12 pupils and has support from at least 1 Learning Support Assistant, in addition to the class teacher. The school receives support from a speech and language therapy service and an occupational therapy service. The school also uses a music therapist and physiotherapy. It has a specialised unit for pupils on the autistic spectrum.[2]


In September 2003, the school was created after the closure and amalgamation of two schools for learners with moderate learning difficulties and children with severe learning difficulties.

In November 2015 the school's band "Rubik's Cube" performed at the Youth Prom in the Royal Albert Hall.[3]


  1. ^ "EduBase - Osborne School". Retrieved 19 March 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Osborne School Prospectus 2015-2016". Osborne School. Retrieved 5 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Rubik's Cube". Osborne School. Retrieved 27 March 2016.

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Coordinates: 51°04′17″N 1°19′05″W / 51.071345°N 1.317930°W / 51.071345; -1.317930

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