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Admissions

Abingdon House School is a school for children of average to high cognitive ability who have specific learning difficulties.

Please contact us to discuss the suitability of your child. We will invite you to tour the school to see our students working within the class/therapy rooms:

Email: ahs@abingdonhouseschool.co.uk

Phone: 020 3750 5526

The School will need to see any standardised assessment reports that you may have for your child, for example from an Educational Psychologist, Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist. Plus, a copy of your child’s Statement or Educational Health Care Plan would be very helpful. However it is not a condition of admission that your child must have a Statement or Educational Health Care Plan.

Admissions Process

Suitability of children for admission is determined by a multi-disciplinary assessment conducted over one or two days. This may involve informal assessment sessions with the Head, therapists, and members of the special provision team as well as time spent in a classroom setting.

The criteria for admission are that children would benefit from the education and resources we offer at Abingdon House School and that their admission would not adversely affect the education of other pupils. Pupils with dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language delays, and social and communication difficulties, Aspergers (High-Functioning Autism), ADHD or with physical disabilities* are admitted if they meet one or a combination of these criteria.

Both Parents must be in agreement of their child attending Abingdon House School before we would offer a place for a child as a close working relationship between Parents and School is essential.

*Please note however, that the school is housed in a four-storey building without a lift.

Fees

Academic year 2017/18  £31,050 per annum.

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