West Heath School


We work with a number of providers to enable our students to have the best outcomes academically and socially. The needs of our students has an impact upon how we approach their education and support package, with individual learning pathways used to best enable our students to become independent learners and to have successful outcomes as they move toward adulthood.

We work with the National Autistic Society, NHS, maintained special schools, mainstream schools, Local Authorities and Independent providers in providing training, advice and establishing best practices for SEN in the UK. You will also find us exhibiting at The Autism Show (London), Community Care Live (London), TES SEN Show and the National Children’s Commissioning and Contracting Training Conference Programme in Derbyshire.

In addition we look to find organisations and resources which support students, parents and professionals. please find some useful links below:

School Partners


West Kent College

We have worked with West Kent college for over 11 years and our students have benefited from the collaborative approach within this mainstream Further and Higher Education environment.

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Mid Kent College

We work with Mid Kent College at both their Maidstone and Gillingham Campus. As one of the largest providers in Kent they boast about having some of the best vocational training facilities in the country

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Hadlow College

Hadlow is an Outstanding Further Education Environment specialising in Animal, Agricultural and Land based studies.

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HOLTS Academy

Holts Academy is the UKs leading independent training provider for the Jewellery industry. Based in Hatton Garden, students attending here will have the opportunity to work toward practical qualifications recognised within the sector.

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TLT Academy

TLT follows a holistic view of therapy and the need for quality practitioners. Intrinsic to the academy’s ethos is the belief that everyone can achieve given the right learning environment.

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The Horizon project

Run by West Kent YMCA, the Project is linked to personal development working in conjunction with skills and business training.

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