At Radlett Lodge School, your child is surrounded by expertise and warmth.
Everyone who works at Radlett Lodge School is completely committed to providing your child with the highest level of autism-specific education. We work as a team and are driven by our values and our belief that our pupils deserve the very best. We are tireless in our pursuit of excellence.
Our school’s vision is to provide highest quality individualised education and care to children with autism through their school career.
The National Autistic Society has a vision of:
A society that works for autistic people.
Our mission - We want every child who comes to Radlett Lodge to:
Learn in a positive and caring environment
Be respected as an individual with reference to culture, gender and religion
Be encouraged to live an independent and healthy life
Be given a broad, balanced and relevant education that accesses the National Curriculum
Be prepared for adult life with appropriate opportunities, responsibilities and experiences
Benefit from a high staff to pupil ratio
Receive consistent education and care thanks to a close working relationship between school, home and other professionals
Have access to and feel included in the local community
Our values - SPELL framework
The school shares the National Autistic Societies organisational values:
We learn from real experience.
We’ve spent over 50 years working together with people on the autism spectrum. No one has more practical knowledge of autism. But we move with the times and we understand that there’s always more to learn.
We tell it like it is.
We share what we have learned about autism, so that more people can make informed decisions and lead the best lives possible.
We celebrate progress, open up new possibilities, spur people into action and motivate change.
We are courageous.
We won’t accept ignorance or inequality, and we’ll never stop pushing for more understanding, greater support and a better world for people on the autism spectrum.
"The minute I walked in I thought, this is where my daughter fits in. There’s been a huge change in her over the years. I’d love her to stay until she’s 19. An autism-based provision like this really works. The staff are dedicated and passionate and very knowledgeable. There are a lot more resources here, and the staff have more time to spend with your child."
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