The Wenlock School
The school will support boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 18 years of age who have a range of social, emotional and mental health needs and also pupils who have been diagnosed with autism or demonstrate behaviours associated with autism.
The Wenlock School Headteacher will be Gemma Mann, current Assistant Head at Longdon Hall in Staffordshire. In 2014 Longdon Hall won the TES Special Needs School of the year, an amazing achievement for a school that had only been open three years.
Take a tour…
We warmly welcome you to have a tour of the school and to hear about our exciting plans by coming along to our open day on:
Wednesday 26th September
To book your place please contact Angela Cocke, our Admissions Manager on
Phone: 07972 483195
We look forward to seeing you and showing you around!
Meet the Head
Gemma Mann – Head Teacher, The Wenlock School
Prior to her appointment at Longdon Hall, Gemma established a British International School in Phuket, Thailand, where she also taught for nine years. The skills she gained setting up the school will be put to good use as she builds a new team and sets the foundations in place to provide outstanding care for children at Wenlock.
Gemma is driven by a passion and determination to help every child in her care to become a confident and independent member of society. Through the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum, Gemma wants to create a rich and relevant learning environment tailored to the unique needs of each child.
She is particularly looking forward to establishing the vocational learning opportunities at The Wenlock School to support young people up to the age of 18. Having helped the team at Longdon Hall to achieve ‘outstanding’ status, Gemma is determined to see The Wenlock School emulate that success.