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Council for the Registration of Schools Teaching Dyslexic Pupils

Schools in Category WS

Schools where pupils with SpLD are withdrawn from appropriately selected lessons for specialist tuition from a teacher qualified in teaching pupils with SpLD.


Avon House School — Essex

Contact Details 490 High Road, Woodford Green, Essex, IG8 0PN
Tel: 0208 5041749
Email: office@ahsprep.co.uk
Web: www.avonhouseschool.co.uk
Location Town
Status Ind, Day
Student Details Boys and Girls
Ages 3 — 11
Special Needs Dysl, Dysc, Dysp, ADD
Associations ISA
Exams  
Inspection Reports CReSTeD, ISI 2014
Comments Avon House is a family, concerned for the happiness and general well-being of all. Celebrating and supporting every pupil begins with self-esteem, honesty, fairness, integrity, respect for oneself and respect for others. In our happy, secure environment the emphasis is placed on each child being recognised as a valued individual. We hope our pupils will develop their full potential in both academic and non-academic fields, with a strong moral understanding of truth, equality and humanity. We aim to give our pupils life-enhancing strategies to build on as they progress towards the adult world.

Kilgraston School — Perthshire

Contact Details Bridge of Earn, Perthshire, Scotland, PH2 9BQ
Tel: 01738 812257
Fax: 01738 813410

Email: headoffice@kilgraston.com
Web: www.kilgraston.com
Location Rural
Status Ind, Wk Bdg, Day
Student Details Girls School From Ages 3 — 18
Co-educated Nursery, 3 — 5
Special Needs Dysl
Associations GSA
Exams SG, SH
Inspection Reports CReSTeD
Comments Offering day and boarding education for girls of all ages, Kilgraston has something to inspire every young woman.

Oswestry School — Shropshire

Contact Details Upper Brook Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2TL

Email: enquiries@oswestryschool.org.uk
Web: www.oswestryschool.org.uk
Location Rural
Status Ind, Bdg Wk Bdg, Day
Student Details 297 Boys, 176 Girls
Ages 4 — 18
Special Needs Dysc, Dysl, Dysp, P&S
Associations HMC, Society of Heads, BSA, ISB, IAPS, ISC, AGBIS
Exams GCSE / A Levels
Inspection Reports CReSTeD
Comments A small, independent, co-educational boarding and day school, with strong learning support and pastoral provision. We value the individual and support their intellectual, spiritual and physical growth to enable them to become confident, considerate and responsible members of our society.

Sackville School — Kent

Contact Details Tonbridge Road, hildenborough, Kent, TN11 9HN
Tel: 01732 838888
Fax: 01732 836404

Email: office@sackvilleschool.com
Web: www.sackvilleschool.co.uk
Location Rural
Status Ind, Day
Student Details 93 Boys, 36 Girls
Ages 11 — 18
Special Needs Dysl
Associations ISA
Exams GCSE / A Levels
Inspection Reports CReSTeD
Comments Sackville is a small co-educational Independent School, from Year 7 through to Sixth Form with excellent results at GCSE and A Level. Set amidst spectacular Kent countryside in Hildenborough, we pride ourselves on our family atmosphere and small classes that enable us to provide individualised teaching where each and every child is taught in the most effective way for them.

Thames Christian School — London

Contact Details Wye Street, Battersea, London, SW11 2HB
Tel: 020 7228 3933
Fax: 020 7924 1112

Email: info@thameschristiancollege.org.uk
Web: www.thameschristianschool.org.uk
Location City
Status Ind, Day
Student Details 84 Boys, 37 Girls
Ages 11 — 16
Special Needs Dysc, Dysl, Dysp
Associations  
Exams GCSE
Inspection Reports Ofsted
Comments A balanced curriculum, tailored to individual needs. At,, Performing Arts and Technology are particularly strong.

Thetford Grammar School — Norfolk

Contact Details Bridge Street, Thetford, Norfolk, IP24 3AF
Tel: 01842 752840
Fax: 01842 750220

Email: hmsec@thetgram.norfolk.sch.uk
Web: www.thetgram.norfolk.sch.uk
Location Urban
Status Ind, Day
Student Details 169 Boys, 146 Girls
Ages 3 1/2 — 18
Special Needs Dysc, Dysl, Dysp
Associations  
Exams GCSE
Inspection Reports CReSTeD, ISI
Comments Thetford Grammar School is an inclusive community that values the creative growth of every individual: academic, physical, emotional, cultural and social. We are very careful to accept only those pupils who will benefit from the type of education we provide – academic but tempered with a deep knowledge of dyslexia and other learning needs. We firmly believe that with the appropriate level of support and encouragement all children are able to succeed.