About Us

Dysart is a provision for pupils who have a range of severe and complex learning disabilities, from within the Royal Borough of Kingston and beyond.  The school is part of Orchard Hill College Academy Trust.

This website aims to give a broad picture of what Dysart is all about and to show the ‘life’ of the school. At Dysart we strive to promote equality of opportunity by maximising access and by supporting every young person to develop independence and advocacy skills, self-esteem, confidence and respect for others.

Please contact us for more detailed information or for further explanation of any aspect of the school and its work.

You are rightly proud of your work around pupil wellbeing, and ensuring pupils are ready for learning.  This has enabled you to establish a calm and purposeful learning environment for pupils with considerable needs.

Ofsted 2019

Latest News

Dysart Celebrates Children in Need

On Friday 15th November, we held a celebration day for Children in Need. Across the school, lots of different fun activities were organised. Staff and pupils dressed up for the occasion and the day culminated in a whole-school fun disco …

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Lower School Residential A Huge Success

Two groups of pupils from our Lower School department visited Butlins during the week beginning 14th October for a residential visit. The first group visited from Monday to Wednesday, with the second group visiting from Wednesday to Friday. Pupils took …

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Dysart Celebrates World Mental Health Day

On Thursday October 10th, Dysart school came together to celebrate World Mental Health Day. Staff dressed up in yellow, joining thousands of schools, offices, companies and community groups in raising vital awareness for YoungMinds, the UK’s leading charity fighting for …

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Dysart Celebrates MacMillan Coffee Morning

On Friday 27th September, pupils, families and staff at Dysart took part in the world’s biggest coffee morning, raising money for MacMillan cancer care. Cakes were provided by families, staff and from some of our classes. Pupils from the school’s …

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