Ofsted inspected TreeHouse School on 24 & 25 October 2012 and found it to be ‘outstanding’ in all key areas of the inspection framework:
“Pupils make outstanding progress because the teaching team has a consistent, persistent, calm and methodical approach. Teachers and tutors are highly skilled and work well with other professionals so that pupils’ achievements are maximised.”
TreeHouse School Ofsted Report 2012 (PDF 138KB)
TreeHouse School Ofsted Report 2009 (PDF 365KB)
TreeHouse School Ofsted Report 2007 (PDF 107KB)
TreeHouse School Ofsted Report 2002 (PDF 1.36MB)
Autism Accreditation is an autism-specific quality assurance programme provided by the National Autistic Society (NAS) for over 200 organisations throughout the UK and across the globe. The mission of Autism Accreditation is to improve the quality of provision for people with an autistic spectrum disorder by providing a systematic framework for continuous review and development and ensuring Accredited services demonstrate that they meet established criteria.
TreeHouse School has achieved Autism Accreditation annually since 2004. The Autism Accreditation programme reviews a wide range of very specific standards of the service and therefore, being fully accredited is a clear indicator that TreeHouse School is providing a good education to its pupils. Through the programme, TreeHouse School will continue to be reviewed on an annual basis.