We offer education to autistic children and young people aged 4-22 who have been referred by their local authority.
Our admissions chart is a step-by-step guide to help you through the process of getting your child registered for Sybil Elgar school.
You can also view the NAS Admissions, Remissions and Exclusions Policy here.
Whether you have already included our school in your child’s education, health and care plan (EHC), or whether you are concerned that your current school is not meeting your child’s needs and you are considering other options, we hope you find this chart useful.
We also encourage you to contact us to find out more about what we provide and to arrange a tour, please telephone Kaushlya on 0208 8139168.
We accept referrals from Local Authorities (LA) only. Please contact your LA first to find out more. For our host LA Ealing residents, please visit their page 'Special educational needs and disability' for relevant information and contact details.
If you are working with a child for whom Sybil Elgar might be a suitable school, we recommend that you call us for an initial conversation about the child’s needs and the services we offer.
We would also be delighted to welcome you to visit Sybil Elgar School.
Tel: 020 8813 9168
Finding out more about us
To find out more about Sybil Elgar school, please call us on 0208 813 9168. You can also register your interest or ask us for more information by filling in our online enquiry form.
'Pupils love attending this school. Parents and carers spoke of the excitement with
which their children approach each day. Pupils arrive at school full of energy and
enthusiasm every morning.'
'The school offers a wide range of subjects. Leaders have organised the curriculum
based on the goals and outcomes that they know pupils need to attain. Staff ensure
that pupils build up and retain the knowledge and skills that they are taught in school.'
'Teachers are dedicated, hard-working and relentless in seeking the best for all pupils.'
'Leaders ensured that pupils had access to high-quality education throughout the
lockdown. They were able to offer remote and blended learning to all pupils, while
ensuring that parents knew how to keep their child safe online.'
Ofsted, December 2021
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