Success Stories

Welcome to Sutton Virtual School’s Success Stories! We understand that for some of our young people, identifying a career to progress towards can be difficult – especially as there are so many choices! We will regularly update this page, with a range of resources to support you in your decisions, including aspirational careers videos and […]

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Sutton Virtual School Annual Report 2023

The Sutton Virtual School Annual Report 2023 describes how Sutton Virtual School works closely with foster carers, social workers, Cognus services and schools to help improve the education of our Children Looked After. The report celebrates the achievements and enrichment experiences of our children over the past year. We are so proud of everything they’ve achieved. What […]

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Meet the team

The Autism Service is made up of one full-time Advisory Teacher for Autism, and one part-time Autism Specialist. The extensive support we provide is further enhanced by the Cognus Autism Champions. Alex, Advisory Teacher for Autism on the left and Asma, part time Autism Specialist on the right

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Sutton Independent Travel Training Workshop

The Sutton Independent Travel Training Workshop is coming to Cognus! This is a great opportunity for young people to meet the travel trainers, engage in travel roleplay, draw home to school or college map routes, learn about travel safety, and take part in a Q&A! They can even apply on the day for additional travel […]
Fri 5 April, 2024, 10:00am -

Cantium House
Railway Approach
(opposite Wallington Station)

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Our Partners

We work in partnership with Harrow School (Lumina) and Homefield Prep to provide tuition to our children.  We have had over 30 young people receive tuition through this scheme since 2021. Lumina Tutoring with Homefield, Harrow and Sutton Virtual School – ISC ( Welcome | Homefield Preparatory School Lumina Tutoring Sutton Virtual School also work […]

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Supporting pupils at school with medical conditions

The London Borough of Sutton’s policy for Educating children with emotional, wellbeing and health related needs who cannot attend school defines the policy, organisation, and arrangements for cooperating with parents and health professionals to ensure children and young people with medical conditions have full access to education. The policy identifies how the local area partnership […]

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Our objectives and delivery plan are overseen by the Strategic Attendance Group (SASG) who will meet every three months. We report to both the Local Safeguarding Children’s Partnership (LSCP) for assurance, and the Education Leadership Group (ELG) for accountability and strategic decision making. Feeding into the SASG will be a number of networks that bring […]

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