Children and young people aged 4-11 with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) who meet the criteria described below.
Please note: admission to the ARP is coordinated by the Local Authority and not by the school directly. Carmelita House, 21-22 The Mall, W5 2PJ Tel: 020 8825 6910 Email: SENAS@ealing.gov.uk
Cognition and learning
Communication and interaction
Social, emotional and mental health
Sensory issues and/or difficulties with co-ordination and/ or motor skills.
The Additionally Resourced Provision supports children with a range of needs. Our experienced and well-qualified staff work with an extensive multi-disciplinary team to achieve the best outcome for each young person.
Classes are split into:
Drayton Green has an onsite Speech and Language Therapist (two days a week) and Occupational Therapist (one day a week) to work with the ARP pupils and train our staff to ensure that strategies are implemented daily.
ARP children attend the mainstream school for part of their day where appropriate. This could be playtimes, specialist subjects (Art, PE) or whole class learning. This process goes at the pace of the child. ARP staff work closely with mainstream staff to ensure needs are met across both settings.
All decisions will be discussed with, and planned by, the teaching teams, parents and the young person in consultation with the Local Authority. If a change in placement is agreed, a carefully planned transition program will be completed to appropriately prepare the young person for the next stage in their learning.