RNIB Sunshine House School

Our specialist school is for blind and partially sighted children with significant learning difficulties and disabilities aged 2 to 14.

Based in Northwood, Middlesex, we offer a safe and supportive environment that helps children achieve their full potential.

Learning with us

Our teaching team is highly skilled and qualified in working with children with visual impairments and a range of learning difficulties and disabilities. 

We work in partnership with The Eden Academy. This means we are part of a family of local special schools working together to share expertise and to offer children and families access to a greater range of activities and high quality resources. 

Needs we support:

  • Vision impairment
  • Multi-sensory impairment
  • Learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Physical disabilities
  • Communication difficulties
  • Additional medical and health needs

Parents and carers

We work closely with parents, carers and family members to ensure our children get the best chances to learn and develop:

Family services

Whether your child is just a few months old or in primary school, our family services offer something for everyone. Our varied play and support sessions include events involving all the family and activites where children can be left in our care. Find out more about Family services at Sunshine House.

Ofsted reports

It’s great when people recognise our dedication and commitment to our children. Ofsted rate our school to be ‘Outstanding’ and have given us some great feedback. Read our latest Ofsted report.

Visit us

Are you interested in a place at RNIB Sunshine House School for your child? Book your visit today! 

We welcome visits and enquiries from parents, carers, children, other family members and professionals.

RNIB Sunshine House School
33 Dene Road

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Donate now

Right now we can only reach one in three of the people who need our help most. Please make a donation and help us support more blind and partially sighted people.

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