Parent Feedback

We are very grateful for the support of parents and carers and know that working in partnership with families gives the best chance of success for our young people. Families know they can contact a member of the team at all times with any concerns they may have.

We welcome feedback from parents and carers, and are grateful for the comments received.

Main Telephone

01895 447 102

Address

The Skills Hub, Falling Lane, Yiewsley, Middlesex UB7 8AB

For General Queries please contact: Shahena Tarapdar, Senior Administrator
Tel: 01895 447 102 Email: info@theskillshub.org

Chair of Governors: Suzanna Challenger.
To contact the Local Governing Body: email clerk@ohcandat.org

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Parental Feedback

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of my heart for encouraging, and giving my son the confidence back, which as his mother, is a delight to see.

Firstly I would like to apologise, as prior to my son attending The Skills Hub I had a preconception about the school and I was adamant my son would never attend. In actual fact, The Skills Hub has been the best thing that has happened to my son; the support and kindness you have all shown him and I, is second to none, no judgment, no prejudice, just pure empathy, understanding and upmost support and for that I am eternally grateful.

Today for the first time I witnessed my son show restraint and self-control which is the result of the mentoring, guidance and the tools The Skills Hub have given him. I think the investment you put into the kids is something to be commended and mainstream schools could learn a thing or two regarding your leadership skills. Thank you for giving my son the second chance and fresh start that he needed, and for giving him the tools to be successful in his transition back into mainstream. May all your good work continue to help transform the lives of other young children that were previously misunderstood.