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Pimlico Academy (Westminster)

Last Updated 17/09/2019

Suitable for children and young people with SEND
Three and four year old funding

Pimlico Academy strives to enable students to fulfil their potential in an inspirational and professional learning environment. Our inclusive culture celebrates success and builds the highest expectations for all students, irrespective of their background.

We are ambitious for the success of all our students in the broadest sense possible and have the highest expectations and standards in all that we set out to achieve. Our students benefit from an inspiring and challenging curriculum and we provide a first class level of academic and pastoral support. This ensures every student can access the curriculum and develop into happy, confident and articulate young adults. Students also broaden their horizons through our Raising Aspirations programme and extensive extracurricular provision. Together these support our pupils in thriving academically and developing passions and interests outside of the classroom.

We are proud of the stimulating, supportive and calm environment in the Academy; an environment which brings the best out of our students. We strongly encourage you to visit us, meet the staff and students and learn more about our ambitions for the future

Specialist Resource Base for Speech, Language and Communication Needs

Pimlico Academy Speech and Language resourced provision provides children aged 11-16 years who have speech, language and communication needs the opportunity of accessing the curriculum and social opportunities offered by a mainstream school with the support of teachers and teaching assistants who are specialists in language development and work alongside speech and language therapists. The resource base provides an environment which enables small group learning, direct intervention alongside and/or in addition to regular classroom learning.

The resourced provision enables young children to follow an individual programme of intervention to support the development of the speech and language skills which underpin learning.

A key focus is the provision of evidence-based intervention to support language development and educational progress.


For more information on how Pimlico Academy supports children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), please download the school’s SEN Information Report



Who to contact

Contact Name
Samantha Green
Contact Position
Head Teacher
Telephone
 020 7828 0881
E-mail
 enquiries@pimlicoacademy.org
Website
Visit the Pimllico Academy website

Where to go

Address
Pimllico Academy
Lupus Street
London
Postcode
SW1V 3AT

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
11-16 years

Local Offer

Local Offer Record `
Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11-16 years)
SEN Provision Type
Specialist
Universal
Targeted

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