Salisbury School is proud to be New Zealand’s only specialist school to offer single-sex living and learning for girls with complex learning and social needs.
Our students are aged 8 to 15 years old, being years 3 to 10.
Salisbury is a centre of excellence with a one campus ethos and a reputation for best practice.
Located in a tranquil park-like setting in Richmond, Nelson Tasman, our day-to-day learning, living and life skills programmes are influenced by our vision for “every girl to succeed.”
Guiding principles are woven into all aspects of wider school life; Māori perspectives, empowering students, learning for sustainability and respecting diversity.
For every girl that comes to Salisbury there is a dedicated school and residential place for them to learn at their own pace and in their own way.
Student entry to Salisbury is obtained through a Residential Special School (RSS) enrolment and a Specialist Education Agreement (SEA).
The application process will involve the family, young person, educators and learning support providers in the home region.