Headteacher: Joanna Tarrant BSc (Hons) PGCE MA(Ed) NPQH
Elm Court is a special school for pupils aged 9 to 19 years who have learning difficulties with associated social and communication needs. Many of our pupils have autism. We aim to provide a creative and practical learning environment with a focus upon achievement and the development of citizenship and life skills.
Thursday 28th May 2020
We have received another delivery of Breakfast Boxes as generously supplied by School Food Matters which is supported by Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Charity and will be delivering these to all of our families today.
Please click here for the latest Headteacher’s letter informing Parents/Carers what is happening at Elm Court School.
In addition to other information we will be sending to Parents/Carers; please click here for further assistance for SEN pupils.
Please note that school is open for a small group of pupils. Please check the website for regular updates.
Please click here to access “The Directory”, the free community resource booklet produced by Lambeth Larder and Brixton Advice Centre.
Covid-19 – Please click on the link below for up-to-date information provided by Public Health England
Elm Court School is an OUTSTANDING school! Click here to read the Ofsted Report of February 2019:
We welcome visits to our school for prospective pupils. Do ring and let us know if you would like a tour of our school on 020 8674 3412.
Summer Term Six begins: Monday 1st June 2020
Summer Term Six ends: Friday 17th July 2020
Quality in Careers Standard: Elm Court School has been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard for our careers education. More info
Elm Court School is top of the class for Learning Outside the Classroom! Read more Learning Outside the Classroom Bronze Award
- Elm Court Christmas Performance Autumn term came to a close with our annual Christmas Performance. Parents, Carers and Governors were invited to sing along ... read more
- Countdown to the end of term The countdown to Christmas continued in the final week of term. For all their hard work this term, students were ... read more