Beatlie School provides specialist education for pupils aged three to eighteen with severe and complex support and profound medical needs. Along with the core education facilities for nursery, primary and secondary pupils, plans for the new school also include a hydrotherapy pool, two general purpose rooms, a life skills area, multi-purpose hall and sensory garden. The new school will also include the most up-to-date assistive technology products which are designed to help facilitate greater independence for those with mobility issues to explore their surroundings by increasing, maintaining or improving their functional capabilities.
In addition to the education facilities, the new school will have enhanced energy reduction measures and provide parent support facilities, including accommodation for partner agencies and support services including the NHS Child Development Centre (CDC), which currently support pupils throughout West Lothian. NHS Lothian is allocating around £1.5 million to the project cover the cost of the new CDC facility.