Haringey Tuition Service
- Who can use our service
- Home tuition
- Our approach
- A typical day
- Outreach team
- Our curriculum
- Referrals and contact details
- Key documents
- Ofsted report
Haringey Tuition Service (HTS) is a service for students whose medical needs prevent them from attending mainstream school.
It also provides an interim service for students from Reception to Y11 in mainstream schools whose medical conditions cause them to require further support.
The Home Tuition Service also provides 1:1 tuition in the home or in public libraries for students who have medical needs and cannot attend school.
During their period of home tuition, the service aims for students to have as much continuity with their mainstream studies as possible. Tutors will liaise with the child’s school to ensure the core curriculum is adhered to.
The service offers the students a range of educational experiences whilst also focusing upon the Core Curriculum consisting of English, Mathematics, Science, ICT and Personal Social Health Education.
The aim of the service is to improve each individual student’s attendance and personal well-being with the aim of reintegrating them back into mainstream placements, whether that is school, college, further training or employment.
The service works with a multi-agency focus and ensures that students’ well-being and safety are at the forefront of everything the service does.
The structure of attending school and education is an essential part of the service. The aim is for students to return to mainstream with increased resilience and confidence. However, the service recognises some of our students begin with very small steps. The service will not rush students back into mainstream settings if this is not appropriate.
The service has gained an excellent reputation, being successful with students where other interventions have resulted in less successful outcomes.
Students begin their day at 8.30am with an optional Breakfast Club. At 9am, the service starts the day with a well-being session. Students are divided into Primary, KS3, KS4 A &B groups.
The school day for many students finishes at 2.45pm.
The Outreach team offer tutoring at home, secondary school and at local libraries. The subjects offered are mainly core and a range of other subjects for Year 10 and 11 in preparation for GCSE.
HTS delivers a broad range of subjects with a strong emphasis on the core subjects.
The service currently offer qualifications in Functional Skills, GCSE’s, IGCSE’s, A-Levels, BTEC, British Safety Council Certificates, Arts Awards, Asdan and AQA Unit Awards. HTS is a registered exam centres.
Please talk to the Additional Educational Needs Coordinator for more information about our service.
Haringey Tuition Service
Simmons House and Outreach
10 Bruce Grove
London N17 6RA
Tel: 020 3224 1089
- Angela Ryan, Head of Service
- Claire Macdonald, Additional Educational Coordinator
- Donna Lockett, Medical Needs Outreach Coordinator
- Jayne Wilsher, Enquiries
The following documents provide additional information about Haringey Tuition Service:
- Complaints Procedure (PDF, 152KB)
- Exam and Assessment Results 2015-2016 (PDF, 140KB)
- Governors' Information and Duties (PDF, 281KB)
- Ofsted Report November 2014 (PDF, 163KB)
- Special Educational Needs Report (PDF, 353KB)
Visit the Ofsted website (external link) for the latest report for the service.
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