Hillingdon Manor is an independent specialist school for children on the autistic spectrum between three and a half and nineteen years of age.
Located over two sites, the school offers a unique mix of education and support to pupils within a wide spectrum of needs and abilities.
Personalised teaching and learning in small class groups within an autistic specific environment allows pupils' individual needs to be addressed completely and their capabilities fully realised.
Primary - Key Stage 1 and 2
Hillingdon Manor Primary School offers access to the National Curriculum for all pupils aged from three and a half to eleven years. Access to the National Curriculum is tailored to the individual needs of the pupil through the use of the Equals schemes of work and is supported through a communication-centred environment. Classes are taught the core and non core foundation subjects.
Key Stage 3
The Manor offers excellent education, opportunities for national accreditation and effective support to pupils on the Autistic Spectrum. Our curriculum approach of 'Connective Education' enables all students to be taught in a way which optimises their learning and is therefore relevant and meaningful to them.
Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
Teaching is structured and focused to cover the National Curriculum, taking into account individual difference, ability and interests in learning. Besides the core areas of learning (English, Maths, Science, ICT) students are offered options in a range of subjects and skills at different levels: History, Geography, Citizenship, PE, Art, Textiles, Photography, Life skills, Work related Learning, Music Tech, Performing Arts, Painting and Decorating, Multi skills, Horticulture and Food Technology.
Accreditation available to the students at Hillingdon Manor School includes ASDAN, GCSEs, Entry Level qualifications, certificates/awards/diplomas in life and vocational skills in line with the National Qualifications Framework.
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