Learning and Education through Alternative Ways
Remote Learning Policy and Catch Up Plan
The MeeTwo app provides a safe and secure forum for teenagers wanting to discuss any issue affecting their lives.
Our school provides a safe learning environment for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health difficulties including autism and an EHC Plan.
We also have a separate specialist area to support young people on the autistic spectrum (ASC) and a Primary unit taking children from 7 years old. We aim to offer as close to a mainstream experience as possible but provide the additional care and support needed around each young person to enable them to thrive.
Our mission aims to engage children and young people by:
Rewarding positive achievement, behaviour and academic success;Providing children and young people with essential life skills in preparation for adulthoodCreate and maintain transparent relationships with children and young people, parents and professionals;Help children and young people develop healthy and trusting relationships with peer groups and adults both in school and in the wider communityProvide a differentiated curriculum to motivate and enable individuals to thrive
Specific Autism Provision
Mainstream Curriculum Offer with Additional Support
Access to a Range of Offsite Activities
Individualised Qualification Offer for Each Young Person
Wishing all of the amazing school staff out there a much deserved restful and relaxing summer...
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We had a fantastic virtual celebration today for our Kedleston Group Poetry Competition!
A young person has successfully transitioned back to mainstream education following a time spent...
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A young person who experienced extremely challenging behaviour is able to move back into...
A young person from Leaways School London has exceeded all expectations with his Maths skills,...
“I am astounded that in two years Leaways has turned my child around to the point that he has not only started to engage with education, he has managed eventually to attend school full time and sit four GCSE's.”
“I am exceptionally grateful that Leaways has provided my son, and many other unique children, the opportunity to be educated both academically, socially & emotionally.”
“In the 3 months that C has been here it was evident from his review that he has made significant progress in all areas. This is a credit to both himself and the staff here.”
Shout out to Leaways School London for being so sensitive and caring to the students and their parents at this time, as well as supporting learning and helping them prepare for September. "Closing the gap" requires a much care as it does teaching.
0208 815 4030
Theydon Road, Clapton, London, E5 9NZ
Headteacher: Richard Gadd
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