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Admissions

The Skills Hub provides full-time education for children as an interim arrangement while appropriate substantive placements are being secured or a child is deemed ready to return to their mainstream school (ideally, an interim placement should be expected to last for no more than 12 weeks with a review after 6 weeks; the review, however, may result in an extension to the interim period provided further reviews are necessary).

Please click on the link below for a Referral Form

Referral Form

Please email completed Referral Forms to Katie Donegan – kdonegan@yphub.org

Referrals may be made for:

Children who have been permanently excluded from mainstream schools

Children who are at serious risk of being permanently excluded from mainstream schools

Children with a troubled educational history who have recently arrived in Hillingdon Borough and who cannot be placed immediately in a school

Children with SEN where a school placement is under review or consultation or where an assessment is required to confirm suitable provision.

Children with a medical diagnosis and prognosis in which they are unable to attend school.

Children new to the Hillingdon Borough who are without a school place within two weeks. This is an exceptional arrangement with Hillingdon Local Authority.

To read the full admissions procedure, please click on the link below:

Admissions Procedure

 

Thank you, and God bless you for all the work you have done with my son. It feels like I have my son back.

 

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