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The Llewellyn Vision

‘All pupils with disabilities can achieve and have an enriched quality of life

and be valued members of the community’.


 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.



Latest News:

This Term the School’s Topic is:

Bright Lights, Big City!

The school will be looking at a variety of things to do with London – such as having Tea with the Queen, famous landmarks such as Big Ben, the Great Fire of London, looking at Transport including the Tube and London Buses (even making our own Llewellyn Bus!).

To see some of our work on this topic please click here: Bright Lights, Big City!

To read the latest School Newsletter please click here: School Newsletter December 2020


About The Llewellyn School

About our school, our aims and mission to provide a high quality education and inclusion.


Our Curriculum

Providing active learning in a supportive setting that is inspirational, motivating and challenging.


Our Therapies

Engaging multi sensory therapies that aid, treat, and empower our children, nurturing physical and cognitive independence.


Our Performance

How are we performance and supporting our children including our OFSTED report and parent feedback.



Providing our children with a safe environment where they can feel empowered to learn and achieve their best with our experienced team.



Ensuring we not only comply with legislation and regulation, but provide a safe and inspirational setting setting for our children.

Louies Helping Hands

Even the smallest donation can make the biggest difference to the lives of our children. To support us, click on the link.

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.

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