Social Arts for Education is a study centre for children who have been withdrawn from mainstream school due to bullying and associated reasons. Students generally, have additional needs due to autism, anxiety disorders, fear of social situations and extreme shyness. Why not fill out a suitability assessment form to see if we can meet your child’s needs?
Social Arts for Education can assist with transitioning anxious children back into school or alleviate stress by offering an alternative provision. Placements can be full or part-time, temporary or permanent. By working alongside your school and family, Social Arts for Education can support the development of academic, emotional, physical and communicative needs. Recognised qualifications such as GCSEs can also be taken within our premises in small, quiet and supported environments.
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.
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