This is a specialist team, part of the Special Educational Needs Service (SENS) which works with children and young people from 3 to post-16 year olds with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. We offer advice and support for parents, carers and schools and accept referrals from…
Telephone:
01582 548151
01582 548168
E-mail:
karen.thomas@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Further information on the Autism Spectrum Team
Luton Adult Learningis your local community provider here to help. Graded Good by Ofsted we offer high quality teaching and learning in a friendly and supportive environment. Whether you are looking to find an apprenticeship, a new job, gain a promotion, have the knowledge and…
Telephone:
01582 490033
E-mail:
info@lutonacl.ac.uk
Website:
www.lutonacl.ac.uk
Primary school in Luton offering education and extended services. Please contact the school directly for further information. Breakfast and after-school club We welcome children who attend Tennyson Road Primary from our foundation stage class right up to our year six. This takes in children from…
Telephone:
01582 723230
Fax: 01582 734616
E-mail:
admin@tennysonroad.school
Website:
www.tennysonroad.luton.sch.uk
The Avenue Centre for Education (ACE) is the secondary age PRU service supporting all of Luton’s secondary schools. Formed by the merger of the previous Tomlinson Road (ACE) and Strangers Way (Orchard Centre) units, ACE provides a range of services to: help schools avoid permanent…
Telephone:
ACE: 01582 748800
ALPS: 01582 548385
Fax: 01582 748809
E-mail:
ALPSAdmin@luton.gov.uk
Website:
www.avenuecentre.co.uk
Lealands High School is a Specialist Sports School. Contact the school directly to find out more about Specialist Schools. Breakfast Club Breakfast club opens from 8.00 am.  Please contact the school directly for more information and to book.  Local Offer for Special Educational Needs & Disabilities…
Telephone:
01582 611600
Fax: 01582 612227
E-mail:
[admin@lealands.luton.sch.uk, head@lealands.luton.sch.uk]
Website:
www.lealands.luton.sch.uk
We are a family school, at the heart of the local community, dedicated to providing the very best learning experience for our children. Our vision is for learning for life at Surrey Street where the social, emotional, spiritual, physical and learning needs of every member…
Telephone:
01582 748810
Fax: 01582 748819
E-mail:
admin@surreystreetprimary.net
Website:
surreystreetprimary.com/
Luton Music Service offers pupils the opportunity to explore, understand and develop control of sounds to make music, using voice and a range of instruments, in an exciting and creative environment that stimulates and enriches pupils. We offer whole class instrumental and vocal tuition as…
Telephone:
01582 538224
E-mail:
lutonmusicservice@luton.gov.uk
Website:
www.thelutonmusicmix.com
Luton High School Academy offering education and extended services.Please contact school directly for further details. Local Offer for Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Click here to visit Denbigh High School's Local Offer information for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Chief Executive: Adrian RogersPrincipal: Donna Neely-HayesDeputy…
Telephone:
01582 736611
Fax: 01582 483937
E-mail:
admin@denbighhigh.co.uk
Website:
www.denbighhigh.luton.sch.uk
Someries Junior School is an inclusive and diverse community with high expectations of all our pupils regardless of their backgrounds or individual needs. We aim to work in partnership with our parents/carers and external providers to provide the best possible education and opportunities. We recognise…
Telephone:
01582 738810
Fax: 01582 484759
E-mail:
someriesjuniors.admin@lbc.luton.sch.uk
Website:
www.someriesjuniorschool.co.uk
DELTA, Deaf Education through Listening and Talking, is a voluntary association of young deaf adults, the families and teachers of deaf children. DELTA is a national charity which supports and develops the Natural Aural Approach to the education of deaf children. Both the Approach and…
Telephone:
0845 108 1437
0300 365 7200
E-mail:
enquiries@deafeducation.org.uk
Website:
www.deafeducation.org.uk/