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EAP provides education for young people who are unable to follow their education in the mainstream setting.            

Welcome from the head

Welcome to the Ealing Alternative Provision (EAP) website.   

Ealing Alternative Provision is a supportive high quality fluid educational provision.

It offers bespoke programmes of study which safeguard and support the attainment of children resident in Ealing who are educated outside of the mainstream school system.

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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.

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Latest News

  • FORNITE info for parents

    18 Oct 2018

    Dear Parents/Carers it is important that you have awareness of the video game "FORTNITE" , that your child might be engaged in during the holidays. Here are some handy tips about this game.

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  • Oxford University Day Trip

    1 Mar 2018

    Widening Access Scheme

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  • Safeguarding Pupils

    18 Jan 2018
    Safeguarding pupils from extremism and radicalisation E A P understands it has a duty to protect pupils under section 26 of the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 It does this by: Regular  training for all staff
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  • Investors in Careers

    8 Nov 2017

    As part of the reaccrediation process Ealing Alternative Provision was again awarded Investors In Caree Status and presented with a plaque in May 2017.

    This award demonstrates that EAP provides outstanding Careers, Education, Information  Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) to key stage three and four students.