How we work
At Avanti House, we believe that all children are uniquely gifted and talented. To this end, we will encourage and support them on their journey. However, we also recognise that many students during their time at school experience difficulties which may include dyslexia, autism, low self-esteem or a more generalised learning difficulty. Whatever the student's talents or needs, we are genuinely committed to enabling each student to grow and develop to reach their full potential.
Interventions we can provide include:
- Life skills maths
- 1:1 reading support
- Social skills groups
- Gifted and talented workshops
- Confidence boosting groups
- Catch-up literacy programmes
- Maths support and extension
Working with parents/carers and family members is at the heart of what we do and we work flexibly to ensure that each child is viewed holistically in order to best meet their needs. We work in genuine partnership with parents and are committed to listening to their views. We also provide support to parents through regular parent clinics, drop-in sessions and workshops. In addition, a range of agencies such as the educational psychology service, the speech and language service and Child and Mental Health Services (CAMHS) work in tandem with us to best support our students.
What to do if you have a concern about your child
We can help with:
- Supporting your child’s learning
- Encouraging independence
- Boosting confidence/self-esteem
- Establishing positive behaviour strategies
Please contact us and we can work together to resolve any issues which may be worrying you or your child. To make an appointment please contact Mrs Andrea Kahn (SENCO)
Phone: 020 8249 6830
Services local to Harrow
The website below sets out the services and support available in Harrow for children and young people under the age of 25 with special educational needs and those who are disabled.