Support for the Provision
The emotional intelligence and personal development and well-being of EAP pupils are of paramount importance and the teaching and non-teaching support staff play an important role in the delivery of this support as a ‘core duty’.
EAP site based provision was judged as ‘Outstanding’ for Behaviour and Safety
(Ofsted July 2015)
EAP has a team of Learning Mentors and Teaching Assistants who have specialist areas of responsibility including attendance, curriculum support, and preparation for working life/Information and Guidance (IAG) and reintegration.
EAP liaises closely with a number of partnership agencies e.g. the Health Service, CAMHS, Social Care, LAC Team, the Youth Offending Service, and Connexions.
EAP has its own designated Educational Psychologist in addition to a universal service allocation.
- School Improvement Team
- Youth Offending Service
- Looked After Children Team
- SEN/ART Team
- Children in Need Team
- Safer Neighbourhoods
- Safeguarding Board
Ealing Alternative Provision (EAP)
London Borough of Ealing