Welcome from the head
I’d like to welcome you to our website and hope that what you find here helps you to understand what Ealing Alternative Provision is, and can do for you and your child.
As the Headteacher of EAP I find it a privilege and a pleasure to be part of a phenomenal institution that puts pupils, their families and their futures at the heart of everything we do.
It is our aim to support our students, and help to guide them onto the right track. Giving them back the life chances that at times seemed lost to them.
The majority of the pupils are of high school age and are children with additional needs (SEN Code of Practice) when they are referred.
Very often pupils have damaged or low self-esteem and many are not working at an age-appropriate level. This may be because of underlying behavioural, social and emotional problems, SEN or for medical reasons. Pupils, in the main, have not had a successful experience in school.
Pupils with Statements of Special Educational Need or more recently Education Health and Care Plans may be placed with EAP as an interim measure until a more suitable long term provision is found.
Vacancies: Special Support Assistants29 Sep 2023The deadline for this vacancy has now passed.Read More
Vacancies14 Sep 2023Read More
We currently have vacancies for a Teacher of English and an SEN Teacher.
Vacancy for a Receptionist/Administrator8 Sep 2023Read More
We are looking to appoint a Receptionist/Administrator. Please visit the Vacanies section in the About Us tab or download the attached documentation.
School Gardening Awards for EAP!9 Jun 2023Read More
Students at EAP have recently been awarded both a Level 1 and Level 2 certificate by the RHS Campaign for School Gardening. Excellent work by all - what a fantastic achievement!
Please see the link below if you would like to find out more about the scheme.
Letter to Parents regarding Group A Strep and Scarlet Fever.5 Dec 2022Please see the attached letter from Ealing's Director of Public Health containing information about the illnesses Group A Strep and Scarlet Fever that have been seen in the national news.Read More