EAP is an alternative provision that provides full, part-time and temporary education/support to students who are residents of the Borough of Ealing. We work with pupils who are excluded from, or are finding it difficult to fully access their school, for a range of different reasons.
All students at EAP have access to a broad and balanced curriculum and are encouraged to engage with a range of supportive interventions.
In addition to statutory responsibility for secondary aged permanently excluded student, we also offer a variety of programmes to support children and young people who are of secondary school age and finding it difficult in their mainstream setting. These programmes can be accessed via a referral from the young person's home school or a medical professional.
These programmes include:
EAP Connect - home tuition programme for young people (of both primary and secondary age) that have a physical medical condition.
EAP Include - Temporary on-site provision for secondary age young people who are under Tier 2 or 3 CAMHS (or equivalent)
EAP Engage - A 5-week placement for young people that are struggling to engage at their home school for a variety of different reasons.
Further details on the programmes and how to refer to them can be found in the relevant section.