The Holmewood School, London welcomes students with a range of learning differences associated with high functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. We are registered for up to 50 students with our Outstanding Sixth Form provision occupying its own premises in Finchley Central . The vast majority of our students have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which allows families to seek financial funding from their Local Authority. However, a statutory statement is not a requirement for admissions. Applications can be supported by independent assessment reports relevant to the individual. Our school does not discriminate between different social, cultural, ethnic or religious backgrounds, but actively embraces and celebrates these differences.
The Holmewood School London caters for children who are of average or above average cognitive ability and those that may have mild cognitive impairments (just below that of typically developing peers), aged between 7 and 19 with a diagnosis or overlapping diagnosis of language and communication difficulties and other difficulties associated with high functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.
Our focus is to provide experiences that parallel the mainstream provision with the additional focus on therapeutic programmes and a heavy emphasis on wellbeing, social skills and life skills.
We invite all enquiries and work together with all families to ensure that we are the right choice for your child.
Request a prospectus using the Enquiry Form or call the Admissions Office
Send copies of reports and EHCP to the school,
The Holmewood School will arrange to visit the school for a tour and meet members of the Senior Leadership Team
Attend assessment (child) and interviews (parent/carer unless KS4+) with the Senior Leadership Team to ascertain additional information
Attend taster days to ascertain suitability of placement with current cohort
A school placement is either offered or declined
Given that applications come from local authorities and direct from parents our procedures for admissions can take different routes. We treat every admissions procedure as individual due to the different factors and outside agencies that may be involved.
Our full Admissions Policy is available here:
Anna Row +44 (0)20 8920 0669 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, please contact us by phone or email. We are always happy to help.