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Bank View High School

Bank View High School, formerly Meadow Bank School opened in 1963, is a day special school for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and complex learning difficulties (CLD).

Bank View High School currently accommodates 210  pupils across two sites, one in Long Lane and the other at Croxteth primary school.

We have students from Key Stage 2 to  5.

More information can be found on our website at

Who to contact

Contact Name
Juliette Gelling
Contact Position

Where to go

Bank View High School
177, Long Lane
L9 6AD

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Monday to Friday 8am until 5.30 pm

Local Offer


Bank View is an outstanding special school, based over two sites in the north of Liverpool, for students with complex learning difficulties. Bank View caters for pupils aged 7 to 19. At our provision based at Croxteth Primary we also have a KS1 intervention class.

Our age range on Bank View’s roll is from Key Stage 2 (7 years) to Key Stage 5 (19 years)

We currently have places for 240 students. This includes 8 places in our intervention class.

All the students have an EHC plan. Bank View caters for students with complex needs, these needs would be included in the following headings

·       Communication and interaction.

·       Cognition and learning.

·       Social, mental and emotional health.

·       Sensory and / or physical

Students are allocated places in Bank View School by Liverpool Local Authority.

Contact Name
Claire Pattison
Contact Telephone
0151 330 5101
Contact Email
SEND Information Report
Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Secondary (11 to 16)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type