Education for all (Inclusion)

A Case Study – Supporting Seamless Transitions From Secondary to Post 16 Education

Collaborating with young people and their parents/ carers to ensure seamless transitions from secondary to Post 16 education. In November 2022, Emma Perridge (Highly Specialist Occupational Therapist and Post 16 Lead) and Ashlea Stephens (Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist and Post 16 Lead) attended a Preparing for Adulthood (PfA) strategy workshop for parents and […]

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Twilight sessions delivered to school teaching staff  – by Paving the Way

Two twilight sessions were delivered to Robin Hood Junior School teaching staff  around the support, management and understanding of pupils with ADHD and or traits of ADHD at school. Aims of the session: To increase knowledge of ADHD and to have a better understanding of how it feels for a child/young person with ADHD/attention and […]

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Cognus Autism Acceptance Events 2024

Pioneered by the National Autistic Society (NAS), World Autism Acceptance Week aims to raise awareness and acceptance of individuals living with autism by educating people to understand the condition and by helping make the world friendlier to those who are affected by it. At Cognus, we will be running a variety of workshops and activities […]

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Paving the Way Warriors Group

Our latest group of Paving the Way Warriors celebrating all their hard work This was our 9th group of primary school pupils that have enjoyed learning about themselves and meeting new friends every Wednesday after school I get less angry and upset My behaviour is better at school Everyone is so kind I have liked […]

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Keeping Children Safe Online

Paving the Way in collaboration with Sutton’s Education E-Safety Advisor hosted a workshop for parents on ”Keeping children safe online”. 5 members of staff attended, with 7 families attending in person and 18 families accessing the resources online. Parents feedback included: Lots, that I wasn’t aware of, apps I didn’t even know exist I learnt […]

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Exclusions – An improving picture

Exclusion prevention has been an ongoing focus of the local area, in particular post-pandemic where Sutton has seen an increase in challenging behaviour and escalation of complex needs within schools. Historically, Sutton’s rates of exclusions have remained fairly consistent and below the national average. However, during the pandemic Sutton’s rates of exclusions did not drop […]

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Autistic Youth Choir

Looking for a club for your child? The Autistic Youth Choir, run by Sutton Music Trust could be the perfect choice! It is an interactive singing club for children aged 8-13, and is open to all abilities, no previous singing experience required. The Autistic Choir meets on Tuesdays 17.15 – 18.15 (arrival from 17.00) at […]

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Autistic Youth Choir – Tuesdays, at 5.15pm

Looking for a club for your child? The Autistic Youth Choir, run by Sutton Music Trust could be the perfect choice! It is an interactive singing club for children aged 8-13, and is open to all abilities, no previous singing experience required. The Autistic Choir meets on Tuesdays 17.15 – 18.15 (arrival from 17.00) at […]

Tuesdays 17.15 - 18.15 (arrival from 17.00)
Cognus Offices
First Floor, Cantium House
Railway Approach
Wallington
SM6 0DZ

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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 (schoolstogether.org) Welcome | Homefield Preparatory School Lumina Tutoring Sutton Virtual School also work […]

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Attend To Achieve #SchoolTodayFutureTomorrow

January to March 2024 sees the launch of the national attendance campaign, what better time than this to showcase Suttons coproduced school attendance strategy Attend to Achieve!!! This strategy seeks to address the needs of children and families in Sutton by removing barriers they may face achieving good school attendance. Our goal is to ensure […]

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