Melrose School is a special school for children aged 11-16 with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Canterbury Campus is a secondary pupil referral unit that provides education for children who are excluded or otherwise unable to attend a mainstream school.
A small team dedicated to ensuring Merton students, temporarily struggling to overcome a variety of medical conditions, receive the outstanding education they deserve.
Cobham Court is a specialist provision which creates bespoke educational packages for a variety of pupils with a wide range of needs.
The David Nicholas Assessment Centre is a short-term educational placement for pupils undergoing statutory assessment for an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP)
Merton's specialist education support schools and services have combined to form Melbury College; a partnership that includes Melrose School, Canterbury Campus, Merton Medical Education Service (MMES), Cobham Court and the David Nicholas Centre.