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Precis about TFS.

  • Headteacher’s Welcome

    A warm welcome to The Family School London website.

    Thank you for visiting our website. I am delighted to welcome you to our school. The Family School London is proud to be a tolerant and caring learning community welcoming students from all cultures and faiths. Our vision is to provide vulnerable young people and their families with a therapeutic, nurturing, as well as academically […]
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  • Our Vision and Ethos

    The Family School is a centre of high-quality and innovative alternative education provision for children, families and schools across London.

    INTRODUCTION Combining the highest quality teaching methodologies with elements from the most up-to-date CAMHS practice, the Family School eases behavioural and mental health-related blocks to learning, and provides learning opportunities that keep pace with the pupil’s ability to learn and achieve. Considerable evidence has been gathered to show that helping a child to change problematic […]
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  • Staff

    The family school is set to grow over the next 4 years to eventually teach 48 students. As we increase our numbers so our teaching team will grow.

    The Family School Team Currently our committed permanent staff team consists of Stephen Taylor Headteacher; Matthew Hillman Deputy Headteacher; Anthony Scrafton AHT and Family Therapist; Laura Davies AHT Teaching & Learning; Theresa Taylor KS1 Teacher; Katy Robertson KS2 Teacher; Aidan Leishman KS3 Teacher; James Bennett KS3 Teacher; Sam Buitekant Drama; Iain Isacsson Teaching Assistant, Art and Design; […]
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  • Governance

    The Family school London is lucky to have a team of highly skilled and committed governors. The Chair of the GB, Mary Target, can be contacted via the school office - 0203 693 4911; 1-15 Bradley Close, White Lion Street, London, N1 9PN; reception@thefamilyschoollondon.org

    The Governing Body is as follows: Mary Target Chair Expertise Mental Health and Therapeutic Intervention Attendance – 3 from 3 Neil Dawson Vice Chair Expertise Education / Child MH Attendance – 5 from 6 Nigel Smith Serving Executive Head Expertise AP, Special Education and Headship Attendance – 1 from 1 Ros Bidmead Chief Operating Officer at […]
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  • Parents

    Welcome to The Family School website. We hope you find these pages useful.
    Very often parents and carers don’t know what to expect when they first attend a school like ours.
    So let us see if we can shed some light on what you can expect as a parent or carer of a child at TFS.

    A PLACE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS Firstly, you will receive a warm welcome from us and we will take the time to get to know and understand you and your child. We want to hear from you what you think would be needed in order for us to establish a personalised learning and social curriculum […]
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  • Pupil Premium

    The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

    TFS PPG Report 2015-16; Spending Plan 2016-17    
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  • Policies

    This is the precis about policies.

    Our policies: Access to Pupil Records TFS July 2016 Accessibility Plan TFS 2016 Admissions Policy TFS July 2016 Behaviour Policy TFS July 2016 Charging and Remissions TFS July 2016 Safeguarding and CP Policy July 2016 Code of Conduct TFS July 2016 Complaints Policy TFS July 2016 Curriculum Policy TFS July 2016 Data Protection TFS July […]
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  • Vacancies

    Thank you for your interest in our school.

    There are no current vacancies at The Family School. The Family School follows the strictest Safer Recruitment procedures. Safer recruitment policy TFS July 2016    
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  • PE & Sport and Year 7 Catch-Up Premium

    The government gives extra funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. Schools must spend the funding to improve the […]
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  • School Calendar


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