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What can you do locally in your settings to promote safety for women and girls between now and 10 December for 16 Days of Activism? You can see what some London boroughs are doing here:


Once again it was busy in the kitchen as the Great Waldegrave Bake Off continues. The Y9 winners this week are Yasmin, Abi and Ellie! Congrats 👏🏻 Next to rise to the challenge will be Y8: Ready, Set, Bake! 🎂


Thinking about training to be a teacher? Join the Waldegrave Training Alliance!


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The 16 Days of Activism serve as a call to action and a reminder that the most prevalent type of human rights abuse in the world is violence against women and girls


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Show solidarity on final day of International Movement for the Elimination of Violence Against Women & Girls by joining White Ribbon Torch Walk, Teddington Dec 10 4.30 @ Landmark Arts Centre. Show those suffering they are not alone.


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If all men and boys committed to the White Ribbon qualitites, women and girls would feel supported and be free to thrive. ALLY CARING EMPATHETIC COURAGEOUS GENTLE RESILIENT RELIABLE HOPEFUL PRINCIPLED REFLECTIVE SUPPORTIVE


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Check out our updated advice and guidance about TikTok including new feature TikTok NOW:


Today is the start of 16 Days of Activism to End Gender Violence. This is a good reminder why the campaign exists


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Free for children and young people who qualify for benefits related free school meals! Grab your place now !


Retweetd From Anna Freud NCCF

Parental conflict post separation can feel hugely stressful. No Kids in the Middle group therapy can help. Sessions are being offered to families in London in 2023. Find out more


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We're SO excited Fiona's new book for parents is coming so soon! We know how much it's needed, and we know it will be such a help to anyone parenting through those (sometimes) tricky teenage years


A huge thank you to for giving ten of our selected Waldegrave rugby players an amazing training session last Friday. Not only that, but they got to meet the and have a Q&A session with them. 🏉#womeninrugby


Retweetd From Richmond Council

Join a White Ribbon Torch Walk taking next month, to make a stand against violence against women and girls. You can take part without registering so grab a torch, join us, show solidarity, and raise awareness. 📅 Sat 10 December 🕔 4.30pm 📍 Centre, Teddington


Retweetd From Robin Brown

Please come and show solidarity with the council and local groups working to combat violence against women and girls. White Ribbon Torch Walk Saturday 10th December in Teddington.


The Y10 Great Waldegrave Bake Off has come to an end and the results are in! The winning cake and our star bakers of the round goes to Paige, Phoebe & Gracie! In 2nd place was India & Jay and 3rd went to Emily & Ava. All bakers did a fantastic job, well done!


Wow - a jampacked University & Careers Insight day for Y12s! First lectures from , then speed networking with 20 professionals followed by LinkedIn workshop to create a professional profile. 🙏🙏to all who took part


Congratulations to our Y7/8 football team who won both their matches⁩ 6-0 this week against ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩. Their teamwork & sportsmanship was impressive - they are yet to concede any goals! Well done!


Retweetd From Anna Freud NCCF

Following a separation, it is important to protect the relationship children have with both parents. No Kids in the Middle group therapy can help. Places are free or heavily subsidised. London-based families can apply here:


To commemorate Remembrance Day we reflected on sacrifices made in war & conflict followed by a live rendition of The Last Post & one minute silence. View the performances of The Last Post & A Flower Remembered: and


Retweetd From Imperial College London Outreach

Applications are open for our Year 10 & 12 STEM Futures programmes for students of Black heritage. Interested in STEM?! Find out more and apply here: Yr.10 apply by 6 Dec! Yr.12 apply by 21 Nov!

The Learning Space (SRP)

This area provides support for students with Social Communication Difficulty and/or Autism.  This specialised learning environment has dedicated spaces for interventions and therapies as well as kitchen facilities and a garden.  These enable students to find the space to feel secure and be supported appropriately by our expert staff.


Mission Statement

The child is at the centre of our philosophy to create a safe, positive and effective learning environment in which all members of our community are respected. We have high expectations of students' development. We believe that effective communication, praise, celebration of success and quality teaching and learning will enable each individual to reach their full potential.


To be named to the SRP at Waldegrave by the Achieving for Children, students must have an EHCP with primary need of Social Communications Difficulty and or Autism. We currently have 8 places in our SRP.


We run a range of interventions including: Social Thinking, Numeracy, Literacy & Organisation. SEND info report 2021-2022

KS3 & KS4

Despite participating in most subjects in KS3, our students typically work on a flexible pathway building on core subjects and those of particular interest/skill with a vision to continue with those at KS4. Flexible pathway is again followed at KS4 participating in a lighter load of GCSE’s balanced with incorporation of practical skills.


We are very proud of our previous students from the SRP as they have all gone on to post 16 studies completing courses at various colleges.

Guilford College - Entry Level Studies

West Thames College - Performing Arts

Westminster Kingsway - Media

Esher College - Art and Design

Capel Manor - Animal Studies

Richmond College - Travel and Tourism


Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I have a child who might be suitable for the SRP?

Typically the first step would be to attend a school tour during open mornings with a slot to speak to the SRP manager or the SENCO. 

What does my child need in order to be named to the SRP?

To be named to the SRP the student must have a diagnosis of ASD or SLCN and an EHCP. 

How much support do the students receive in the SRP?

The support the students in the SRP receive is down to the funding by AFC. Each student gets their share of the support available, roughly 1/8 as there are 8 places in the provision. 

Do they attend all lessons in the SRP?

They tend to attend most mainstream lessons (some with support depending on their strengths or challenges) and usually spend 3-4 lessons each week in the provision for interventions as indicated in the EHCP. 

Are the core lessons taught in small classes?

Maths, English and the Sciences are not taught in small groups but needs in these areas may also be addressed through interventions within the SRP (in addition to mainstream lessons).