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Welcome to Chelsea Hall School

We are a small specialist school with a strong focus on providing integrated therapy. We welcome children aged 4-11 years old who may have mild to moderate, and sometimes multiple, learning needs.

 

Our strong focus on integrated and intensive therapeutic intervention - including occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and play therapy - aims to address any underlying barriers to learning which may include:

 

  • Social communication

  • Emotional regulation

  • Sensory integration.

 

We are justifiably proud of everything that our pupils, staff and whole community achieves together. We are a highly structured environment, which helps to prepare children for a more regimented provision as they get older.

 

Founded in 1997 as an alternative provision to mainstream schooling in London, the school has developed over the years and our current base in Waynflete Street, Earlsfield, is purposely designed to feel less like a typical school building and more like a comfortable, homely base where children can feel safe and confident to enjoy learning again.   

 

The Hall has four therapy rooms, six classrooms, a large hall for dining, social and creative activities, as well as a library, a small playground with play equipment and sensory spaces. The decor is different from typical schools too and we see that many children immediately recognise that it is different. Many children make rapid progress when compared to their mainstream experience where they may have been struggling academically or socially from as young as four years of age. 

 

In March 2021 the school became part of the Cavendish Education Group and changed its name to Chelsea Hall School. It was formerly known as The Chelsea Group of Children.

 

If you’d like to know more about us, please do get in touch.

 

Jessica Duemler

Headteacher

Cavendis Educatin - The Moat School

"Overall, we are incredibly happy that (our son) has a happy, warm and supportive environment where the staff know him very well, he is safe and has made important friendships"

Parent