North West London Independent School (NWLIS)
85 Old Oak Common Lane, Acton, W3 7DD, London
020 8749 5403
|Special Needs||ASD, AUT, BESD, EBD, SEMH, SpeechLD|
|Head Teacher||Katrina Medley|
|Co-ed Age Range||7-19 years|
|Number of pupils||69|
|Tweets by tcesgroup|
TCES Group's North West London Independent School (NWLIS) provides LA funded day-school education for pupils aged 7-19 years whose Social, Emotional or Mental Health needs or Autism Spectrum Condition has made it difficult for them to achieve success in a mainstream school. Pupils' co-morbid needs can be complex. Undiagnosed speech, language and communication needs, sensory or learning difficulties can create barriers to learning that must be addressed before the pupil can settle into education.
Our integrated approach to education, health and care, described by Ofsted as innovative and unique, takes each pupil on an individual journey that encourages a love of learning. We provide a well-structured routine in a safe, calm and happy environment which promotes tolerance and respect throughout our school community. We nurture ambition and work with each child to provide them with the life skills, accreditation and certification needed to achieve future careers.
Pupils are taught in groups of up to six to ensure each individual receives an intensive level of support, with a Teacher and TA as minimum. TCES Group’s Inclusion Model is embedded at NWLIS, delivered by the Inclusion Manager and Pastoral Co-Ordinator: tutor support, key work, group process, nurture groups, leadership skills and drama therapy, speech and language intervention and clinical assessments are part of the core offer.
The school delivers TCES Group's 5 Part Curriculum, which includes access to support from the Clinical and Therapy Team on an as-needs basis. SALT, OT, Counselling, Drama and Art Therapy are delivered by our in-house team and access to Clinical Psychology and a Paediatrician at Consultant level can be arranged for pupils whose needs require further investigation. "Pupils rapidly develop their social skills and resilience to manage their emotions through the school’s unique therapeutic approach." Ofsted 2017
Pupils attending NWLIS often need highly personalised learning programmes and can remain for Post-16 programmes of study, specialising in developing independence, preparation for adult life and life after school.
A parallel service to our schools, TCES Group's Create Service offers therapeutic education, delivered through a case co-ordination model, to pupils who present (or are at) significant risk to themselves or others, who cannot be educated in a school setting.
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