The Wey House Way

Wey House School endeavours to be an effective, supportive, pioneering, and imaginative community where there is the expectation of high quality practice from all.


About the School

Wey House is a special school for boys aged 7-11 years who have social, emotional and mental health issues. Some may also have associated learning difficulties which have impacted on their ability to access the curriculum in mainstream schools. All pupils currently have a Statement of Special Educational Needs.

The school is situated two miles south of Guildford in Surrey, and is set in 18 acres of grounds. This provides an excellent opportunity for pupils to experience outdoor education with activities such as: gardening, nature trails and forest skills. In addition there are excellent sport and leisure facilities, which include football pitches, tennis and basketball courts, bikes, go karts and a playdale complete with zip wire.

Year 6 pupils also take part in Outdoor Education at local venues. Activities such as: trampolining, canoeing, rock climbing, orienteering and high ropes are experienced.

The school accepts pupils from all over Surrey and some from neighbouring authorities. Transport is provided for those living more than three miles from the school. Strong links with parents/carers are paramount and contact by phone and in person are a priority. There is a termly parent consultation meeting and each

 child has an Annual Review meeting of their Statement of Special Education Needs to which parents/carers are invited.

The staff are a dedicated and experienced team.

Debra Smith 


 Admissions and Visits

Admissions to the school are handled directly through the Surrey County Council Education Department Area Office and you can contact them on 01483 517890.

Parents/carers are welcome to contact the school office on 01483 898130 to arrange a visit.


We are very pleased to share with everybody our Good Ofsted Report Ofsted Report May 2013

Safeguarding is of the utmost importance for the Wey House Community Safeguarding Policy

To view Key Stage 2 Results at the Department of Education's Achievement and Attainment Website visit:

Our Equality Objective is to promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate opportunities, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity.