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Haringey Learning Partnership

The Key Stage 5 Offer


Simmons House - Hospital Provision

The 12 treatment beds in the specialist hospital provision are part of a national service for young people aged 13-17.  Referral to this provision is exclusively via the NHS psychiatric pathway and patients join the HLP interim roll for the duration of their hospital admission.  Pupils engage in a highly personalised curriculum, with a focus on assessment to identify any existing and potential barriers to learning and transition planning begins on admission. The provision is a registered exam centre and teachers work systemically to understand and facilitate opportunities for change in both the young person and in the systems around them.

 Philip House

Our 16-19 study programme is designed to provide our students with a wide range of academic and vocational qualifications that will prepare them for further education or employment. All students who attend Philip House have an Education and Health Care Plan, which ensures that their individual needs are met and that they receive the support they require to achieve their goals.

For those students who need to resit their GCSE English and GCSE Maths, we provide comprehensive support to help them achieve the required grades. Our experienced teachers and HLTAs are dedicated to ensuring that all students make progress and achieve their full potential.

In addition to resitting GCSEs, students can choose to complete A levels or other vocational qualifications. Our curriculum is designed to offer a broad range of subjects that will enable our students to progress onto higher education or enter the world of work with confidence. A level courses include: English Language, English Literature, Sociology, Philosophy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths, and History. Vocational qualifications include: Level 3 BTEC Business and Level 3 Health & Social Care.

We also offer work experience opportunities for those who wish to gain valuable experience in a real-world setting. All students can work with our Careers Lead, who is dedicated to helping them make informed decisions about their future. They can receive advice on higher education options, apprenticeships, and employment opportunities. Our Careers Lead works closely with local employers to ensure that our students are aware of the latest job vacancies and apprenticeship opportunities.

At the core of our 16-19 study programme is the aim to provide our students with the knowledge, skills and experience they need to succeed in their chosen career path. Whether they choose to pursue further education or enter the world of work, we are committed to helping our students achieve their full potential and make a positive contribution to society.