Who We Serve

We recognize that every young person (0-25 years old) is an individual with his or her own needs, wants, aspirations, emotions as well as difficulties, so our approach to mentoring and tutoring is equally adaptable and flexible. We are committed to providing support that is based on the needs of each young person we work with. Our highly trained SEND staff combine experience with expertise to support children and young people who would be described as having challenging issues; such as:

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Social emotional mental health (SEMH)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Pathological demand avoidance (PDA)
  • Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD)
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Anxiety Sensory processing disorder
  • Social skills difficulties
  • Looked After Children (LAC)
  • Learning Disabilities & Mental Health needs
  • Profound & Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD)
  • Complex needs, including challenging behaviours
  • Permanently excluded from their mainstream school for behaviour reasons, or they may be at risk of permanent exclusion
  • Young people new to the area who are exploring other local school placements
  • Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, at risk of offending or re offending , at risk of being groomed into gangs, engaging in anti-social behaviour, substance misuse and criminal related activities
  • Young people educated within the home environment due to physical, social or emotional mobility restrictions
  • Young people who are unable to attend their mainstream school as a result of a medical diagnosis (SEN), that their school cannot accommodate for ,or in the process of getting a diagnosis and those who are suffering from a short- or long-term illness that makes mainstream school unsuitable
  • Young people who are experiencing social, emotional or behavioural difficulties, including problems with anger, school phobia or school refusal
  • Young people who are not accessing conventional school placements due to a variety of unique circumstances
  • Young people struggling to cope in mainstream school or within special provisions.
  • Young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET)

We work with a wide range of special schools and residential settings including:

  • Pupil Referral Units (PRUs)
  • SLD Schools
  • ASD schools and Units
  • SEMH Schools
  • Complex Needs Schools
  • Visual and Hearing Impaired Schools and Units
  • Mainstream schools with pupils who need extra support
  • All other related settings working with children and young people
  • Alternative Provisions and SEN provisions within mainstream schools across London

Education establishments

  • Nurseries
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Colleges/Further Education (FE
  • Special schools and PRUs