At LEAP inclusion is at the heart of the school’s vision and values. We aim to provide equality and equity for all students that we work with. The students have already faced challenges, difficulties and failure in mainstream education, therefore, it is vital that we utilise our resources to enable students to make both academic and social emotional progress. We aim to be both a place of safety: a home for students and an environment where students are able to learn effectively in order to be empowered to be able to make better life choices and enjoy success in the future.


There are many different resources that we use to ensure all students are included:

Group Provision


  • Small group teaching
  • LSA targeted support in lessons
  • Focus on behaviour for Learning
  • Key-working
  • Personalised curriculum
  • Philosophy for Children
  • Vocational offer- including links to external programmes such as West Ham
  • Literacy and Numeracy Interventions
  • Think Forward
  • NEET tracking for Ks5
  • An Inclusion group taught separately from main groups
  • A more able group accessing more GCSES
  • Support and guidance for mainstream schools with regards to behaviour and learning

Individual Tuition Provision

Many students are referred to us by a social inclusion panel. These students are the most vulnerable students in the borough. IT is mainly focused on students who have mental health or medical issues that prevent them from accessing mainstream education.

These students are offered 1:1 tuition in English and maths with a dedicated tutor, they have access to 1.5 hours of teaching each day. They also have complete access to the well-being offer that we have at LEAP.

Well Being

As well as developing the academic success of all students at LEAP, we are fully committed to

  • We have a large multi-disciplinary team who meet each week to screen, signpost and intervene with any students who have been referred to the team.

The team consists of:

  • EP
  • SCLN therapists
  • SENCOs
  • SLT lead for inclusion
  • Safeguarding co-ordinator
  • Inclusion co-ordinator
  • Music therapist
  • AWA
  • The team also train and support staff through work discussions around student need and also are committed to staff supervision.
  • In addition to this, the well-being team are also involved in whole school strategic plans for improving students’ well-being.
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