Alternative educational provision - directory
Download the Ealing list of suppliers of approved SEN day and alternative educational provision below:
Ealing directory of alternative educational provision (pdf) - May 2018
This list is set up by the LA to ensure that the education of those students for whom it holds a direct responsibility can be met by placements in appropriately quality-assured and approved provisions. These placements are made through referral to the Ealing alternative provision service or by the SEND service and are supported and monitored by the Ealing commissioned alternative provision team.
The purpose of this directory is to share with school colleagues, and with other professionals working with Ealing’s more vulnerable young people, the offer from each approved alternative provision supplier, and to give enough information so that initial contact and placements can be made directly if wished.
Placements can be made with the listed providers (and with any other provider identified as suitable by a school) by Ealing maintained schools under Section 29A of the Education act 2002 - and by academies in accordance with their Academy Trust’s articles of association.
Ealing commissioned alternative provision (ECAP) continues to offer schools advice and guidance in the selection of alternative provision for young people, through individual contact or through discussion with the school’s behaviour and inclusion service consultant.
- Teresa Knox, Ealing alternative provision (EAP): firstname.lastname@example.org 8825 7734