Cedar Centre, situated in Hollingdean, Brighton is a school for pupils aged 6 -16 with complex needs. We cater for a large range of pupil needs, including: moderate learning disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, ADHD, mental health and medical needs. We personalise learning to meet the individual needs of the pupils and place a high emphasis on developing young people's personal progress. We have a dedicated staff team and work alongside a range of other professionals to ensure our young people can transfer successfully to post 16 provision. Pupils undertake a range of accreditation both at Cedar Centre and other providers.

Cedar Centre is part of the CDP Federation of 3 complex needs schools in Brighton and Hove working collaboratively with Patcham House and Downs Park to provide high quality education to pupils with complex needs across the city.

Admissions to Cedar Centre is for pupils with a statment of special educational needs.

If you would like to come and visit our school please contact the school office on (01273) 558622 or contact office@cedarcentre.brighton-hove.sch.uk. For more details regarding our admission process please see our admissions page.


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