We are delighted to announce that Dysart School continues to be Outstanding!

Ofsted November 2018

Useful Links & Information

In this section we aim to provide some links to other organisations and school partners that may be useful to families and colleagues, as well as articles/features that signpost or summarise research or developments within the field of complex learning disabilities and autism.

Transport booklet September 2017

Yorda Adventures

EnhanceAble – supporting disabled people in Kingston upon Thames

The National Autistic Society

The British Institute of Learning Disabilities

TEACCH Autism Program

PECS (United Kingdom)

Gina Davies Autism Centre

Epsom Riding for the Disabled Association

and-me.org.uk – help for families with disabled children

Nutritionist Resource

Autism Speaks Resource Guide

Career Assistance for People with Autism

AutismNOW Transition Planning

Information on aquatic therapy for children with autism

Guide to Flying with an Autistic Child

The school is a calm and happy place. As a result, pupils enjoy school, are keen to learn and attend well.

Ofsted 2015

Latest News

Christmas Craft Day!

On 17th December, we welcomed parents and carers into school for an opportunity to get creative and make some Christmas-themed crafts with their child! Lots of amazing decorations, baubles etc were made and a great time was had by all. …

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Dysart Christmas Show!

On December 12th, we welcomed over 120 parents and friends to our Christmas show – it was the largest audience we have had for a show in our hall! Pupils from all classes were involved and performed magnificently in front …

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Christmas in the Community

The annual Orchard Hill College Academy Trust (OHCAT) Christmas in the Community celebration was off to a cracking start as we took to Kingston Christmas Market on Wednesday! The event is held at each regional hub and gives students and …

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Dysart Pupils Meet the Police

On December 10th, we were visited by members of the Metropolitan Police Safer Schools team. PC Emily Brooker and her colleague Sergeant White visited pupils in different classes to talk to them about staying safe and show them some of …

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