Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children A sign bilingual primary. The school caters for children who are severe to profoundly deaf whose first language is British Sign Language (B.S.L.) aged between 2-11 years.
Swiss Cottage NW3 3BN t: 020 7586 4665
Tutor Doctor Instructors who specialize in working with students with learning disabilities. Expertise in developing programs to accommodate learning challenges, such as Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
London SW5 ONL t: 07771 655451
Dominie, The A selective independent special school for girls and boys aged from 6 to 12yrs. Day pupils only. Special classes for SEN children
Battersea SW11 4DX t: 020 7720 8783
Elizabeth Barnes DipABRSM CTABRSM Successfully teaches dyslexic children and those with special needs. Teacher of recorder, flute and clarinet to children and adults from beginners to those working towards Associated Board and music theory exams.
Catford SE6 4XJ t: 020 8690 4312
Fairley House Specialist independent day school for children aged 5-13 with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyspraxia.
Lambeth - Pimlico t: 020 7976 5456
Lion Swimming Club The Lion swimming club is open to anyone with a permanent physical or learning disability. Age does not matter, all are welcome.
Eltham Pools SE9 t: 020 8855 4277
Cedars Primary School A special school for children with special needs. Children attend The Cedars because they have difficulties managing their behaviour in a mainstream school.
Cranford TW5 9RU t: 020 8230 0015
SNAP! Childcare Special Needs Agency Partnership provides nannies and childcare workers for children who have special needs. London, UK and worldwide.
Shoreditch EC2A 3HZ t: 020 7729 2200
Parkwood Hall Community Special School Special school for children with moderate to severe learning difficulties. Residential - weekly boarding, students aged between 7-19 transported home by LEAs.
Swanley, Kent BR8 8DR t: 01322 664441
Ann's Guidng Hand Special needs consultancy and care services. Offering private consultancy, adhoc nannying, respite care, proxy parenting and general family support in South London and the Home Counties
m: 07795 363054
Lionheart Education Independent school offering one-to-one tuition able to solve your needs in respect of any child who requires extra support for a specified time period or has specific learning difficulties due to dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADD or ADHD.
Kensington W14 0HB t: 020 7602 2012
Woodfield School One hundred places for children aged from eleven to sixteen who have moderate learning difficulties. Of these one hundred places, places are available for pupils with additional and complex speech /language needs and for pupils on the autistic spectrum.
Kingsbury NW9 7LY t: 020 8205 1977
Clarendon School Clarendon is a community special school for pupils aged 7-16 yrs who have learning difficulties. Its curriculum is rich and varied.
Hampton TW12 3DH t: 020 8979 1165
Emerson House Specialists in helping children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia. Centre for primary-age children aged 5 to 11 who need extra help with literacy and numeracy and who would benefit from learning to touch type.
Hammersmith W6 0HZ t: 020 8741 4554
Croydon College Welcomes applications from people with learning difficulties or disabilities for example dyslexia and autism. Please contact the Learning Support Manager before making a formal application.
Croydon CR9 1DX t: 020 8686 5700
Tyssen Community Primary School Growing community school with a vibrant mix of different races and cultures for children from 5-11yrs. Autistic base for children with special needs.
Stamford Hill N16 6QA t: 020 8806 4130
Cambian Education Over 30yrs experience transforming the lives of young people with autistic spectrum disorders. Specialist residential education and care schools & colleges with individual education plans, specialist care and clinical inputs. Pupils from 7yrs.
Hampshire - Dorset - Lincolnshire t: 0800 288 9779
Blossom House School A non-selective Independent special school approved for sen pupils for around 100 girls and boys aged from 3 to 16yrs. Day pupils only. Has special classes for SEN children.
Wimbledon SW20 8TG t: 020 8946 7348
Bowes Primary School 380 children organised into thirteen classes, a part-time Nursery and an Inclusion Resource Base for children on the autistic spectrum. School is very well resourced with the latest ICT equipment
New Southgate N11 2HL t: 020 8368 2552
Browns School An independent day school for boys and girls, aged 6 plus to 12 years. Specialise in educating children of all ability ranges, who have specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia or dyspraxia.
Orpington BR6 7PH t: 01689 876816
Coleg Elidyr Students over 18 are welcomed from all parts of the British Isles. Youngsters with learning difficulties and disabilities receive education and training living in houses run as family units in a community setting.
Carmarthenshire SA20 0NL t: 01550 760400
Bedelsford School Traditionally, the school aims to provide a challenging environment for pupils aged 2 to 16 (and more recently, 16 to 19) who have a range of physical disabilities and medical conditions with associated learning difficulties
Kingston upon Thames KT1 2QZ t: 020 8546 9838
Avon House School An independent, co-educational primary school for children aged 3+ to 11 with a specialist centre for dyslexia.
Woodford Green IG8 0PN t: 020 8504 1749
Laycock School Accepts children with various degrees of hearing loss who need educational provision. Children are usually admitted at the age of three and stay until secondary transfer.
Islington N1 1SW t: 020 7226 2927