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Welcome Ed! FUEL camp is free for children in Kingston and Richmond who are in receipt of free school meals


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We're offering a free webinar to all students who will be transitioning from sixth form or college to university this autumn. Find out what to expect in this period of transition, as well as strategies for students to manage their own wellbeing.


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We are hosting a pop-up event from 4-7pm on Monday 25 July with and for . Everyone is welcome, particularly parents, guardians and teachers. ℹ️


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Parents and carers can learn strategies for supporting their child with anxiety before exam results day in one of our free webinars:


We love nothing more than losing ourselves in a good book! 📖 Over the summer we challenge you to read as many books as possible & even try a new genre or author. Check out for tips & reading lists to suit all ages


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, if your child is feeling anxious about the move from primary to secondary school, 's may help:


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The tragedy at Taggs Island underlines how dangerous the river can be. The council & partners can only do so much but preventative measures, like fences at Teddington Bridge, have been torn down Parents need to treat this as seriously as drugs and knives and warn their children


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Please do not go in the river. To all young people, in particular, we urge you to be the person in your group of friends who says no and reminds others about the dangers.


Extremely generous book donation from & to our library as part of our commitment to diversify our A Level curriculum. Incredible range of young adult & literary fiction, non-fiction and poetry, all from BAME writers and thinkers 🙏


We are so proud to have achieved this and of the wonderful students who participated.


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We were delighted to award WCSQM reaccreditation to the World Class students last week - very well deserved


Y7 maths students studying Probability were tasked with putting events on a washing line to describe how likely they are to occur. They had a great time discussing the different events.


Thank you to who came into school today to tell students about the FREE action-packed 6 weeks of sports, arts, music, fun, educational and developmental based activities available to young people aged 9 to 19. Book your place at:


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Congratulations to all your girls from across both teams who took part today - played some great football across the tournament & with an excellent spirit


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Congratulations to all the girls who took part - excellent representatives for their school & in the way they played across the competition


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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).