The Llewellyn Vision
‘To provide a safe and inspirational learning environment with high quality specialist support, where young people with disabilities have access to meaningful learning programmes, to achieve their long-term outcomes and to enhance their life and work skills’.
The Llewellyn School aims to be an inspirational setting where children with disabilities are able to have a meaningful quality of life – allowing pupil’s to be empowered and able to participate, excel, and be proud of everything they achieve.
School Term Dates
Term 3 : 3rd January 2023 – 10th February 2023
Term 4 : 20th February 2023 – 31st March 2023
Term 5 : 17th April 2023 – 26th May 2023
(1st May is a Bank Holiday)
Term 6 : *12th June 2023 – 20th July 2023
*(Please note there are inset Days – 5th to 9th June.
Which is why pupils start term on the 12th June.)
“The staff are simply wonderful! They are kind, patient and work so hard to make a difference. They have all shown such kindness to my son and helped him in many ways, I feel so privileged that they are a part of his life.”
“From our first day, it was obvious how much Sara and her team truly care about the wellbeing and happiness of these children, they go above and beyond to fulfil the care needs and ensure the happiness of the children.”
“All involved have provided us with valuable support and guidance. Our child is happy and content due to routine, activities and continuity of his peers and the professional staff. We couldn’t have asked for more.”
“The staff are happy, caring and able to provide a safe and stimulating environment for our daughter and children like her. I cannot give enough praise The Llewellyn School have very much improved and enriched our lives.”
Support Us - Every Little Makes a Big Difference!
Children attending The Llewellyn School are supported by Louie’s Helping Hands – a small registered charity. Through Grants and fundraising we provide therapies and specialist equipment the children require at school.
Louie’s Helping Hands aims to help improve the lives and futures of children, aged 2-16 living in Kent and the South East with multi-sensory impairments and physical difficulties.
The charity provides life changing support – for the whole family – ensuring that the children achieve a meaningful quality of life and can aim for brighter futures based on improved physical, emotional, social and communication abilities.