Willesden Supplementary School
The primary aim of Willesden Supplementary School is to supplement the education that students receive to ensure they are able to take full advantage of their mainstream educational programme. We work with students to nurture their independence and provide support to enable them to develop motivation, confidence and respect. We encourage our learners to develop enquiring minds and provide opportunities that help them to develop morally, socially, spiritually and culturally.
We provide support with Maths and English by offering opportunities for educational advancement which have consistently resulted in the improved academic attainment of our students. We also have links with private tutors who can provide specialist one to one academic support with chemistry, biology, physics, French and Spanish.
The Willesden Supplementary School was established in 1997 and is committed to providing educational support services for children between the ages of seven and sixteen. The quality framework of the school has been formally approved by The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education who have assessed the school with regard to teaching and learning, governance and community engagement.
School Name: Willesden Saturday School
Core curriculum subjects offered: English Maths
Activities offered: Music
Number of pupils: 30
Age ranges: 5-7 years, 8-10 years, 11-13 years, 14-16 years, 16+
NRC number: NRC1193
Quality Framework award: Quality Mark
Main contact: Ms Eileen Samuels
School Contact Email: email@example.com
School Phone Number: 07956 649 360 or 07961 560 581
School Address: The Lewinson Centre, 165-167 High Road. Willesden, London NW10 2SD
Quality Mark Report: Willesden Saturday School
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Willesden Saturday School has received the highest available award from the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education. The award acknowledges high standards of practice and recognises that Willesden Saturday School
has good safeguarding processes
a well-organised learning environment
good recruitment processes
appropriate teaching resources
high standards of teaching and
good financial procedures
Willesden Saturday School would like to thank and acknowledge Felicia Alexis, Marcia Livingstone, Susan Jarrett, Wayne Marshall, Sheree Ross, Latoya Ross and Rev Ian Lewinson for their consistent and dedicated service.
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“On behalf of Willesden Supplementary school. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to NRCSE, John Lyons and Baroness Hussein Ece OBE for acknowledging the Supplementary Schools, our passion, hard work and commitment to children's wellbeing and education.
We are making a difference to the individual student’s education and collectively working together, building confidence, knowledge, supporting their learning and achievements. We help pave the way for success and excellence.
Together we establish and cement future successes as citizens in our communities and country. Thank you and well done to the Supplementary Schools and Children.” – Willesden Saturday School