15:22 PM - 2 Jul 2020

This is this weeks Assembly by Mr Murray https://t.co/94XGdOtSvr

14:16 PM - 2 Jul 2020

“Please see the link below for the ‘Virtual Introduction talk for Parents/Carers of new joiners in 2020’ Video that we have created. This can also be viewed within the Y6 Transition area of our website.” https://t.co/vE16QKMpy3

09:31 AM - 2 Jul 2020

“We are pleased to share our Year 7 Induction Video for 2020. We can’t wait to meet all of our new Year 7 students and we hope this video will give you a flavour of life here at Hinchley Wood School” https://t.co/PVMJ3ROMjw

15:42 PM - 1 Jul 2020

The winner and runners up for the Languages Art Competition - winner is Evie Yr 8 and the runners up are: Ethan Yr 10, Lily Yr 7, Ania Yr 8, Joshua and Brooke Yr 7. Prizes to follow. Thank you to all for the excellent entries! Look out Languages Competition which is food related!

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1278252585842028545

10:02 AM - 1 Jul 2020

Here is an excellent example of a flyer - students were asked to create a leaflet advertising a place of pilgrimage - this flyer looks professional and certainly made me want to go to Lourdes! https://t.co/fiqh5AAKtn

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1278252188855304193

10:00 AM - 1 Jul 2020

"Here is an excellent example of revision this week - this student has made excellent use of the Clock method; he has clearly highlighted key areas to focus on and will be very prepared for his test!" https://t.co/3eXISGVfCa

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1278245936486068229

09:35 AM - 1 Jul 2020

"More great MFL work for Wonderful Work Wednesday!" https://t.co/pDVjRagORe

The NAS Cullum Centre

Hinchley Wood NAS Cullum Centre welcomed its first intake of four, Year 7 students in September 2016.  

The National Autistic Society, together with generous financial backing from the Cullum Family Trust, has provided a model for an innovative resource for young autistic people to be able to thrive in our mainstream curriculum.

NAS Cullum Centre students spend the majority of their time in the main school, but the centre provides specialist support from trained staff, such as learning in small groups and therapy sessions, as well as a calm setting to which they can retreat. NAS Cullum students have a primary diagnosis of autism on their statement/EHCP, will be high functioning and have the academic potential to achieve at least five good GCSEs (currently A*-C grades).

Each year Surrey SEN offers places to four students with an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) Statement with a primary diagnosis of autism.  Places in the NAS Cullum Centre are allocated by Surrey LA after consideration by a multi-professional team at Surrey's COIN Panel.  Places in the NAS Cullum Centre at Hinchley Wood are limited and will only be considered through SEN case workers or educational psychologists in conjunction with families.

Please note: Hinchley Wood School is not the Admissions Authority for places in the NAS Cullum Centre.  For all details, information and advice on the admissions process plese visit the Surrey County Council website: www.surreycc.gov.uk/send and www.surreycc.gov.uk/admissions

If you are considering the Hinchley Wood NAS Cullum Centre for your child and you would like more information before you speak to Surrey please feel free to contact Mrs K Cullen (Assistant Head teacher) for more information.