Newhaven Gardens (PRU)
Newhaven are commissioned by Royal Borough of Greenwich to provide education for students in years 7-11 who have been permanently excluded from their mainstream school, or where Newhaven is considered the best placement as part of a managed move.
Referrals are made to the Fair Access Panel by departments in Greenwich Children’s Services including Admissions, the Virtual School and the Inclusion team. The multi-agency FAP, which includes four Head teachers on rotation, meets fortnightly to discuss the cases presented and to make recommendations regarding educational placements.
NEST is a provision for students in year 7-11 who are unable to attend mainstream school, generally because of a mental health condition. Referrals are made to NEST via CAMHS (or another healthcare professional) and the pupil’s current school.
Referrals are considered by a panel consisting of the Headteacher, The Head of NEST, Educational Psychology Service, Newhaven’s Clinical Psychologist and the Local Authority. This panel sits three times a year.
All complete applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must arrive by the deadline with completed sections from family, medical professionals and school.
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King’s Park is a secondary ASD DSP provision for years 7-14. The provision is designed to meet the needs of young people with ASD and complex mental health needs who have not managed/will not manage within a busy mainstream school setting. Admission is by panel consisting of the school, the local authority SEND section, the ASD outreach service and Educational Psychology service.
You can express a preference for your child to attend a DSP during the EHC needs assessment, annual review processes or at secondary transfer. An application form will need to be completed. Applications are considered by a termly Admissions Panel. Places for year 7 Pupils will also be considered by the Admissions Panel in the Autumn Term.