Inscape House School has been praised by Ofsted for creating a safe haven for pupils where they can learn to be independent valued citizens.
Inscape is a non-maintained specialist school in Cheadle for pupils aged from five to 19 with autism spectrum conditions and related social communication difficulties.
The school has retained its good rating, with inspectors commending the ‘gripping leadership and crystalline vision’ of the senior team.
Ofsted inspector Jonathan Jones said: “There is no doubt that Inscape House is, first and foremost, a school.
“You have made teaching and learning the core purpose of all that happens here.
“This focus has resulted in a clever and effective synergy between the academic and therapeutic aspects of the school.”