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Kensington Aldridge Academy (Kensington & Chelsea)

Last Updated 26/09/2019


Our aim is to become an outstanding school and a centre of excellence in teaching and learning, both within the borough of Kensington and beyond. Our teachers are given the time, training and management they need to become the best in their fields.

We have capitalised on the rare opportunity of creating a new school to design a first rate curriculum that prepares students for the demands of the new, strengthened national examination system. This means students at the academy receive a consistent diet of outstanding lessons – the ‘deal’ they get with us is second to none.

Specialist Resource Base for Autism

Kensington Aldridge Academy Autism Resource Base, The Grandin Centre, provides children and the opportunity of accessing the curriculum and social opportunities offered by an outstanding mainstream school with the support of autism specialists and an environment which enables small group learning alongside and/or in addition to the regular classroom. 

This autism resource base enables young people age 11-16 years to follow an individual programme tailored to support them address key areas of development, in particular communication and social emotional skills through the provision of evidence-based intervention.

 


For more information on how Kensington Aldridge 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
David Benson
Contact Position
Head Teacher
Telephone
 020 7313 5800
E-mail
 info@kaa.org.uk
Social Media
Website
Visit Kensington Aldridge Academy website

Where to go

Name
Kensington Aldridge Academy
Address
Kensington Aldridge Academy, 1
Silchester Road
London
Postcode
W10 6EX

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
11 - 16 Years

Local Offer

Local Offer Record `
Description

For more information on how Kensington Aldridge Academy supports children and young people with SEND, please see the school’s SEN Information Report which you can download from the ‘Related Links’ section on the right-hand side of this page.

Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11-16 years)

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