• Old School Building, Providence Road, Yiewsley, Middlesex UB7 8HJ
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Parents

Parents and carers are the most important people in the lives of our students. In order for our work to be successful, we depend very much on their co-operation.

Parents have a legal right and a duty to be involved in the education of their children. We encourage parents/carers to telephone or come into the centre to discuss any issues concerning our students.

Parents/carers are also asked to ensure that their children have a reasonable amount of sleep and arrive at the centre on time for their day. It is very helpful if we are informed in advance when a student is going to be absent for any reason. Any unexplained absences are tracked using a Truancy Call system.

Skills Coaches make regular contact with parents/carers to keep them fully informed of progress. We take every opportunity to tell parents/carers of the good work that students are doing

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

Latest News

Fern, the therapy dog

The Skills Hub has teamed up with the people and pets from Canine Assisted Learning to support young people to manager their own emotions, their well-being and their learning with the help of Fern, a specially trained dog. Fern and …

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West End Theatre Trip

A group of Key Stage 4 girls headed into the West End to watch the theatre production of &Juliet to complement their English Literature lessons. The group thoroughly enjoyed this hilarious version of the most famous love story of all …

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New School Build Update

Work is progressing at pace on The Skills Hub’s brand new school. A number of rooms and teaching spaces are beginning to take shape, including the sports hall and music rooms. The roof of the building will act as the …

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AS Creative

Our first STEM week was held from the 14th of June until the 18th of June. During this week, we were able to organise two workshops and plenty of classroom activities. Some of these students had never experienced STEM week …

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