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TreeHouse School

TreeHouse School

TreeHouse School is housed within the Pears National Centre for Autism Education, based in the heart of a thriving community in North London. Here, we educate up to 100 pupils aged 3 to 19 with autism and learning disabilities from across London and the Home Counties.

It's a very special place to work and to learn. Using our Ambitious Approach to education, all pupils have individual plans. These are developed with the pupil and parents by our staff who are specialists in different areas. Our highly skilled team includes qualified teachers, behaviour analysts, speech and language therapists, and occupational therapists who work together to achieve outstanding outcomes.

The school works hand in hand with parents and carers, local schools, community groups and employers to maximise opportunities for pupils to enjoy school, succeed in their learning and transition to a fulfilling and rewarding adult life.

Ofsted – Outstanding, 2017

  • "The leadership team has maintained the outstanding quality of education."

  • "Staff share an unwavering commitment to improving pupils' life chances, irrespective of their starting points."

  • "The school's carefully designed curriculum is impressive."

  • "Pupils feel happy and enjoy their time in school."

  • "Sixth form students take part in a well-supervised employability programme, including work experience in the local community. This grows students' independence and strengthens their interpersonal skills."

  • "Pupils make substantial progress over time."

  • "Parents use words such as ‘wonderful' and ‘amazing' to describe their children's experiences at TreeHouse School."

  • "Exceptional levels of care and guidance facilitate significant improvements in behaviour and emotional well-being."

  • "Residential trips are a substantial achievement, as for some pupils it's their first time away from home."

  • "Very few pupils, including those that are disadvantaged are persistently absent from school."

  • "Staff are vigilant and take all necessary steps to keep pupils safe."

  • "Adults focus on helping pupils achieve their goals rather than on what they cannot do."

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