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Admissions

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Admissions process

Parents

We offer education to young people aged 4 to 22 with autism who have been referred by their local authority.

Our admissions chart is a step-by-step guide to help you through the process of getting your child registered for Sybil Elgar school.  You can download it today.

Whether you have already included our school on your child’s Education, Health & care Plan, or whether you are concerned that your current school is not meeting your child’s needs and you are considering other options, we hope you find this chart useful.

We also encourage you to contact us to find out more about what we provide, and to arrange a tour.

Commissioners

If you are working with a child for whom Sybil Elgar might be a suitable school, we recommend that you ring us for an initial conversation about the child’s needs and the services we offer.

We would also be delighted to welcome you to visit Sybil Elgar School.

Finding out more about us

To find out more about Sybil Elgar school, please call us on 0208 813 9168. You can also register your interest or ask us for more information by filling in our online enquiry form

'The quality of teaching is excellent. Teachers skillfully balance care, patience and nurture with uncompromisingly high expectations of pupils’ learning and personal development.'

'Staff work tirelessly, creatively and effectively to meet pupils’ needs, however complex these may be.'

'The sixth-form provision is outstanding. Leadership is exceptionally strong in facilitating bespoke learning pathways for students. They are very well prepared for their next steps.'

'When they join the school, many pupils understandably take significant time to be ready to learn. Superb collaborative input from the school's multidisciplinary therapy and psychology team helps to ensure that pupils make outstanding progress in their engagement with education. Over time, pupils' communication skills, emotional wellbeing and self-esteem dramatically improve. This, in turn, enables them to make academic progress.'

Ofsted, December 2017