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Social Arts for Education is a study centre for children who have been withdrawn from mainstream school due to bullying and/or autism and other related conditions.  Students generally, have additional needs due to autism, anxiety disorders, fear of social situations and extreme shyness.
We are able to teach children from the age of 8 up to 16, depending on tutor availability. 
Our teaching methods and environment in which we teach reflect the SPELL framework constructed by the National Autistic Society.  The framework, which stands for Structure, Positive Expectations and Attitudes, Empathy, Low Arousal and Links, encourages an environment where children are at ease, understood by others and are open to a variation of life opportunities.

What we’ll be teaching this Autumn term (September 2014)

Closed
Maths, Literacy, Photography

Opening hours

  • Monday 8:15 – 5:00
  • Tuesday 8:15 – 5:00
  • Wednesday 8:15 – 5:00
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday 8:15 – 5:00

Latest news

  • Tuck Shop

SAFE Tuck Shop

Long gone are the end of term tuck shops that drew children to the playground like moths to a flame at the end of a long school year (well they are for us at […]

  • Quiz Night - Saturday 23rd February

Quiz Night

Quiz evening, in aid of Social Arts for Education being held on 27th September 2014!

£5 each, maximum teams of 6 players. Bring your own drinks and nibbles, tea and coffee served in the […]

  • Karla Bragoli supporting

Recruiting Opportunities

We are recruiting part-time educators for KS3/4 Science and KS3/4 Literacy positions (there is also a position for a fund raiser as we are a registered charity).

Please visit link for full job description, hours […]

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We are located in an easy to find position on Eltham High Street. Come in to see us, or drop us a line to let us know you're coming

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