TCES Home Learning offers one-to-one distance or home/community education to children and young people between the ages of 5-19 currently without school-based SEN provision in London.
Whether a child or young person is awaiting a placement from a TCES school, another school or service, or is without an integration plan, TCES Home Learning offers immediate support for a child’s academic and personal development.
TCES Home Learning uses stringent measures to vet tutors and follows a comprehensive process to match a pupil’s favoured learning style to the most appropriate tutor for their individual needs. With over 20 years’ experience, our team understands that basic educational provision is not suitable for every individual, and that diagnoses rarely depict a child’s true nature.
Meet Matt Cooley, our Deputy Head of TCES Home Learning.
In this video, Matt further explains the role the Home Learning service, the rewarding work of being a Home Learning Tutor and the sense of pride that comes when our pupils achieve what they didn't think was possible.
We operate entirely on a strengths-based approach with our pupils so that they can learn and thrive, by providing bespoke resources based on an initial learning assessment that we are able to implement effectively.
Our wider group, TCES, provides authentic, therapeutic education for young people between the ages of 7-19 years with SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) needs and/or an Autistic Spectrum Condition. TCES operates a policy of no permanent exclusions and aims to provide a complete transition into full-time schooling.
Our highly skilled tutors help transform pupils’ perception of their own strengths and abilities, ultimately preparing them for reintegration to small group learning environments.
TCES Home Learning has experience of working with children and young people either diagnosed with or suspected to have:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Anxiety and depression
Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC)
Moderate learning difficulties
Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)
Social, emotional, or mental health needs (SEMH)
Specific learning difficulties
Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
Speech, language, communication needs (SLCN)