Langdon Academy

Langdon Academy: An all through education for ages 3-16

Executive Principal
Dr Dayo Olukoshi OBE
Mr Jamie Brooks

Secondary Autism Resource Provision

Our Secondary Autism Resource Provision is housed in the central building of the site, known as the Hub. There are three teaching in rooms in the Hub. Each classroom has an independent working area where pupils are able to work in small groups fitted with modern interactive white boards. There is a library to support pupils with literacy developments as well as being a space for regulating activities. Our real life flat has a kitchen for pupils to undertake life skills activities such as cooking, washing dishes and clothes. We have a specialist medical centre with equipment such as Physiotherapy/Hoist to cater for a variety of needs. 

 Specialist staff

  • The lead teachers for the Autism Resourced Provision are trained in ASD interventions including SCERTS
  • Support staff working with the pupils with SEND including those with ASD/SCD have on-going training and support with a focus on a core difficulty each half term
  • Staff who support pupils with physical/medical needs have support from the physiotherapist which includes on-going training

Facilities provided to assist access

Langdon Academy is a full-access school with ramping into doorways across the site as required and vertical lifts in all parts of the school installed. A pupil in a wheelchair can access all areas of the school site.

Pupils with disabilities are encouraged to take part in the sporting events including inclusive sports, football and the London Panathlon. Pupils who use a wheelchair can access transport to off-site events on board our full-access mini bus.

Pupils with hearing impairment and visual impairment are supported by the local authorities Sensory Services to enable them with the equipment they need for access and to ensure that staff working with them have the appropriate training information to support progress.

Pupils with other forms of disabilities, including short-term injuries are supported by SEND and mainstream staff to ensure they are able to access facilities as required.

If you would like to know more about our Autism Resourced Provision or would like to visit us, please email