Admissions

St Philip’s School is a special educational needs school for young people aged 9 -19 years. All students have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).

The school caters for a range of ability levels that might be designated moderate learning difficulties, and additional needs such as ASD.

Parents/carers should indicate St Philip’s School as their preference at their child’s Year 5 Annual Review or Year 6, at the latest, if the Annual Review is held early in the Autumn Term.

Alternatively, Kingston parents/carers may contact their child’s SEN Case Manager or the SEN department directly:

Email:  sen-rbk@achievingforchildren.org.uk

Telephone:  020 8891 7262

Address:  42 York Street, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3BZ

Due to current circumstances, we are unable to welcome visitors into school. In lieu of visits, we hope you enjoy this film as an introduction to our school community.

 

Oversubscription Criteria:

If St Philip’s School is oversubscribed, the application will be added to the waiting list for the relevant year group and reassessed if a place becomes available in an appropriate class. The school will check with the relevant Local Authority on a termly basis whether the application is still current.

To read our full Admissions Procedure, please click here.

To go on a virtual tour of the school, please see below:

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

Blog

Path building: part 2

Students in year 11 have almost completed repairing the path. We have made great progress on the path – the end is in sight! Several other year groups have supported us – Y8, Y10 and Post16.  The wet weather recently …

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Stag Beetles!

Great news –  Stag beetles have settled in our Nut Walk! So far, our primary students have found two females (as seen in the picture) and a male which have larger pinchers. The male was found during wild time last …

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Mental Health Week

The importance of mental health and wellbeing is very important to us at St Philip’s. As the focus of mental health week is nature, we took the opportunity to go outside as much as we could! While outside we could enjoy …

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Art

Despite the obvious challenges of the last year or so three Year 11’s have managed to complete all the work necessary for their GCSE art. They have produced an impressive body of work ranging from silk painting, textiles, collage work …

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