Why we need your help

We are the ONLY school in the UK for girls with autism

We are a Surrey County Council maintained school and have received no increase in Government funding for the past seven years even though operating costs have risen significantly across the board.  We simply do not have the funds for non-curricula projects that would hugely benefit our students.  Up until this March we received much needed income from renting our swimming pool to local clubs, the money raised from this is needed to balance the budget.   Unfortunately restrictions due to COVID-19 have meant we have been unable to offer this facility to the local community.

Despite the lack of funding the staff at Limpsfield Grange School are passionate about raising the profile of girls with autism:

  • We were the focus of the ITV ‘Girls with Autism’ documentary which is available to view on the front page of our website
  • We were also featured in a Channel 4 news report on female autism – http://www.channel4.com/news/girls-affected-by-autism
  • Our students have written two novels – M is for Autism and M in the Middle – explaining what is is like to be a girl with autism
  • M is for Autism is available in all libraries in England as part of the Reading Agency Readwell scheme and is also one of the picture books now available on prescription https://t.co/zScfQR8r15
  • Staff and students have spoken at several national conferences
  • Our Headteacher, Sarah Wild, has talked to the All Parliamentary Autism Group in the House of Lords
  • Our Outreach team work across South East England
  • We have contributed towards numerous articles and books on female autism and are currently involved in research projects both in the UK and internationally.

Our practice is regarded nationally as cutting edge and we are considered leaders in the field of girls with autism.

Help us to make a difference – how you can help

  • Make a voluntary donation via ParentPay and complete the Gift Aid Declaration form to enable us to claim Gift Aid on your donation.
  • Sign up to the Tandridge Lottery https://www.tandridgelottery.co.uk/support/limpsfield-grange-school – the school receives 50% of the ticket purchases and you could win £25,000!
  • Spread the word about the school to work colleagues, friends and family.  Limpsfield Grange has a Twitter feed, Facebook and Instagram pages with all our latest news.  On the Home Page of this website is a Donate Button and you can also make a donation towards our All Weather Outdoor Track by visiting our JustGiving page https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/bikepathandsensorytrail2020

If you would like any further information on our fundraising activities please contact Kerry Munroe, Fundraising Lead – email mrs.munroe@limpsfield-grange.surrey.sch.uk