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special school in School topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspecial schoolˈspecial ˌschool noun [countable] especially British English  MHSESa school for children with physical problems or learning problems
Examples from the Corpus
special schoolI've taken some one this afternoon from Highdown just until the half term when they should go to a special school.It was a special school, he didn't know what for.Cedars, he told them, was a special school because it had special teachers with special skills and training.The Ice Bowl is the perfect venue for that extra special school outing or end of term trip.The doctor recommended a place at a named independent special school.