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Greenvale is Lewisham’s community special school for children and young people between the ages of 11 and 19 years who have significant learning difficulties including those with an additional diagnosis of autism, and those with additional medical needs. Many pupils have additional physical and sensory disabilities and some of our young people have profound and multiple learning difficulties. We cater for young people with different levels of learning difficulty through our pathways approach which specifies their learning and provision pathway. Some of our young people come to us from specialist provision whilst others have been through mainstream primary provision.
The school is based across two beautiful, purpose built sites each with state of the art Teaching and Learning facilities. Students in Key Stage 3 and 4 are based on Waters Road, North Downham and our Key stage 5 and Glade Pathway students now attend our brand new Mayow Road site, in Forest Hill. Across the two sites we are able to offer fantastic facilities including spacious classrooms, small teaching /group rooms, a hydrotherapy pool, a rebound therapy room, specialist teaching rooms for art, drama. music, and computing. Both sites have a library, therapy areas and a variety of outdoor leisure / teaching areas.
We teach all areas of the national curriculum differentiated to the student’s individual learning needs. Our curriculum is age-appropriate, stimulating and exciting Post 16 students follow a curriculum with a very adult, work related emphasis which encourages students to make active choices.
All experienced, skilled staff and professionals work together positively at Greenvale to create the best outcomes for our young people.
Visits to the school are always welcomed and can be arranged by contacting the school office.
Thank you for your interest in our school. We hope to provide you with a flavour of our school community, its values and atmosphere.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Greenvale School stands united with the family, and friends, of George Floyd, who was unlawfully killed on the 25th May 2020, in Minnesota, USA. As a school community, we condemn any form of racism, discrimination and inequality.
Our school has always been so proud of the great diversity we have in our school. We are a school that celebrates difference and welcomes everyone. We hope that this will never change. We have enormous respect for every member of our community and we are always here for you, regardless of your disability, race, sexuality, gender, religion or anything else which makes you, you.
Today and every other day, all of us at Greenvale School stand as one with our black pupils, staff, parents and the entire BAME community in condemning racism.
A joint statement from Lewisham Primary Headteachers.
Lewisham Leaders stand together to condemn the unlawful murder of an innocent black man George Floyd in Minneapolis . We stand united in our commitment to tackle and challenge racism, address inequality and call out discrimination. Black people are 40 times more likely to be stopped and searched in the UK . Young black people are nine times more likely to be locked up in England and Wales than their white counterparts, while BAME offenders are far more likely than others to be jailed for drug offences. As educators of a school population which is 76% Black and ethnic minority we cannot remain silent. The murder of George Floyd must prompt careful reflection about racism in Britain today, and the extent to which it shapes our values, politics and economic life. Our community needs and deserves to feel safe in the belief that its leaders condemn all acts of racism and violence and moreover that they believe racism is an abhorrence that we as Lewisham Leaders reject. Lewisham Leaders have a duty to address systemic racism in our society and we uphold this in our united condemnation of the unlawful murder of an innocent black man George Floyd.
Black Lives Matter in Lewisham
A message form Pinaki Ghoshal, Lewisham’s Executive Director for Children and Young People and Angela Scattergood, Director of Education.
The Mayor of Lewisham, Damien Egan has published a statement on behalf of Lewisham Council in response to the killing of George Floyd in the United States. You can read the full statement here: https://lewisham.gov.uk/articles/news/black-lives-matter-in-lewisham
We believe that our schools and settings are key to tackling racism and other forms of discrimination. We will support all Lewisham schools and settings in their commitment to standing against racism and injustice, alongside and in solidarity with the local and global Black community.
Last Day of term