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Ickburgh School

Ickburgh School,
Kenworthy Road,
E9 5RB
Telephone: 020 8806 4638


Ickburgh School is a Special School providing enhanced support for children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

The school caters for pupils between the ages of 3 to 19 years of age. All students attending the school have Education, Health and Care Plans in place.

The school’s provision is divided into three Pathways designed to meet a range of needs. Classes in each Pathway run across Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form.

  • Connecting Learners - For learners with severe learning difficulties and Autism
  • Active Learners -  For learners with severe learning difficulties
  • Sensory Learners - For learners with profound and multiple learning difficulties, many of  whom have physical disabilities, visual and hearing  impairments and complex medical needs

Strategies used within and across Pathways are personalised to the needs of individual learners. 

Ickburgh’s School SEN Information Report provides more detail about the school and the support on offer including: 

  • School Ethos
  • School facilities
  • Home – school communication
  • Provision - Three differentiated pathways
  • Learning and communication strategies
  • Preparing students for adult life
  • Student profiles and experiences
  • Creative and enrichment programmes
  • Specialist Teachers for sensory need
  • School Nurse
  • Therapies – Occupational, Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy
  • NHS consultant paediatrician.
  • Specialist NHS dental service provision
  • Disabled Children’s Service – school link social worker
  • School Transport
  • SEND Information, Advice and Support
  • Family Liaison Officer


Ickburgh school has a Family Liaison Officer available to support parents with a variety of issues relating to their child or young person.

Record Last Updated on: 10/07/2020

Other Details

Who is eligible?

Ickbrugh School admissions policy

Admissions are through individual assessments of education, health and social care needs and are supported by specialist services. Please contact the school if you need to discuss this further. 

Referral required?


Referral Details

Special Needs Business Support 

Phone: 020 8820 7000 / option 4 / option 2

How to Get Here

Many pupils who attend Ickbrugh receive transport to and from the school. 

Pupil's transport needs are identified during EHC Needs Assessments or Annual Reviews. 

Transport provision will be included in individual pupil Education, Health and Care Plans. 

Train: Homerton

Bus: 236, 394, W15, 276

Inclusion Information

Special Needs

Has Provision

Dietary Needs

Has Provision

Childcare Information

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 

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