Admissions Process

 

admissions

process

The admissions process is very simple in practical terms. You send papers to us and we will review them within two weeks and let you know if we feel we can meet need. We'll give you feedback and arrange an interview if appropriate. We will let your Local Authority (LA) know that you are considering The View School and provide them with any evidence they require of our provision and how we will meet need. We recommend you also contact your LA and keep them updated on any developments. Following the interview we will confirm if we are able to offer a place and a start date. We will also inform your LA, confirming fees and additional costs relating to therapeutic interventions identified within the Educational Health and Care plan (EHCp). You will then need to confirm that you are choosing us as a school with your LA. Your LA will then confirm if they are in agreement with naming The View School within the EHCp.

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policy

Our admissions policy will give you a guide as to how we approach this transitional phase for young people, as well as an overview of how we review a young person's journey. You will find more information on the Before Joining us section of this website, answering some of the questions parents and carers want to know. Moreover, we understand how difficult the transitional phase can be; we strive to keep parents and young people fully informed so that they have all the information they need for future planning. If ever you want to know more we are only ever a phone call or email away.

Naming The View School - EHCp

As parents and carers you have a legal right to name whichever school you feel is best placed to meet your child's needs. Your Local Authority (LA) have a statutory duty to consult with the school you have named. The LA will then review information provided by the school and either confirm or recommend an alternative provider. If your LA names another School, we will work with you to provide the evidence they require to ensure that placement with us is the most appropriate.

 

If a representation to SENDIST is required, we will attend mediation and tribunals to support the forward journey for your child. We do not advocate for you, yet we will be able to give some guidance on what the LA need to make an informed decision.

 
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Important Dates for Applicants

We are currently have no available spaces for the academic year 2020/2021. If your child is currently in year 6 and you are looking for a placement in September 2021, please get in touch via our contact us page.

 

School Tours and Interviews

by appointment

We meet with all our prospective students before making a final decision on placement. This can be during or after the school day (Covid 19 guidelines allowing).

The Autism Show

June 2021 dates to be confirmed

We will be exhibiting and speaking at the London Autism Show. Keep an eye for updates for this excellent event for parents and professionals.

Autism Web Summit

book tickets now

In place of this year's Autism show, organisers have arrange an excellent programme of speakers to informalities and support the ASD community.

Open days

to be confirmed

Please get in touch if you are interested in a place at

The View School. We are offering individual tours for young people looking to join us in September 2021.

 

Frequently asked questions

yes, as the title suggests; please click in the link below to find the most common questions we are asked by students, parents and professionals.

 

The View School, Church Street, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 5BD

telephone: 01732 865049

Head teacher - Louise Bourne

Department for education Number: 886/6155

The View School Limited - registered in England and Wales - company number 11313257

director - Julian Roberts

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