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Seven Hills School

Address
41 East Bank Rd
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S2 3PX
Tel
0114 276 0245
Fax
0114 272 8829
Email
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Seven Hills School, Sheffield is a state special school for boys and girls aged from 2 to 19.

Local authority:

Sheffield

Pupils:

160

Religion:

Non-denominational


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New special school opened September 2008 caters for children with physical difficulties and profound and multiple learning difficulties.

The school is located on two sites - Hemsworth Road and 41 East Bank Road, Sheffield S2 3PX. There are plans to rebuild the school at Granville Road, Sheffield, S2 2RJ. Read More

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