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Bright Heart Education

Bright Heart is a London-based tuition agency offering a more nurturing tuition approach to help students realise their potential. We focus on helping students with special educational needs, those lacking confidence or motivation and those out of school. Our heart-based approach – the…

Deaf First

Deaf First provide courses specifically for Deaf students, college staff and communication professionals, including British Sign Language (BSL) courses. This service offers support for students who may need: a notetaker; a lipspeaker;

Early Help Assessment (EHA)

The Early Help Assessment is a way of gathering and sharing information about the strengths and needs of a child or young person so they can be supported to achieve their full potential. Parents choose to take part. The…

Early Help Services - Siward Road

This is a multi-agency centre where specialist teams from Early Help Service, Health and voluntary organisations are based. They offer support to young children and their families who have emerging Social Communication concerns, complex medical needs and disabilities. The aim is to ensure, through early…

Education Inclusion Service

The Education Inclusion Service works with schools to enable vulnerable children and young people to meet their potential. The team supports teachers at both a strategic and a practical level to increase their capacity to support through improving leadership and management and developing skills in the…

Francis Barber Pupil Referral Unit (PRU)

Francis Barber Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) provides education for secondary-aged pupils who live in  Wandsworth  and are permanently excluded or who are not on a school roll for other reasons. The PRU also works with secondary aged pupils on the roll of Wandsworth Council maintained…

Greenmead Outreach Service

This service is aimed at helping pupils with physical disabilities who attend Wandsworth mainstream primary schools. The work of the service is to support mainstream settings to meet the needs of this group of pupils. A specialist teacher who is experienced in working with children…

Hearing Support Service Wandsworth (WHSS)

Wandsworth Hearing Support Service (WHSS) provides information, resources and support for hearing impaired children and young people (0-25 years old) and their families, carers and teachers. The service provides comprehensive support for hearing-impaired (HI) and deafblind children (MSI, Dual SI) and young people (0-25) who live in Wandsworth…

Hospital and Home Tuition Service (Medical Pupil Referral Unit)

This service, provided by Wandsworth Council, provides continuity of education for children and young people (rising 5 to 18 years) who are not able to attend school for a medical reason. The service works with children and young people aged 5-18 who have been admitted…

The Literacy & Numeracy Support Service (L&NSS)

This service supports children in schools who have been identified as having special educational needs in the areas of literacy and mathematics. The L&NSS is now a bought in service. Individual schools 'buy in' a Specialist Literacy or Numeracy Teacher for a morning, an afternoon…