Additional Resource Provision (ARP) in Schools

An ARP is a provision, within a mainstream school, designed to provide specialist and targeted support for children with long term special educational needs (SEN). ARPs are small scale, typically providing for between 12 and 14 pupils in primary schools and secondary schools

Each ARP specialises in a particular area of special educational needs. Each ARP is an integral part of the school it is attached to. ARPs are small-scale. ARP pupils are supported in their own year groups.

Primary Schools with ARP’s

Clockhouse ASD, Mead ASD, RJ Mitchell ASD, Hacton Hearing impaired

In development Nelmes ASD Primary

Secondary Schools with ARP’s

Redden Court ASD, Hall Mead ASD

In development Harris ASD Secondary

Positive Parents - Opening Doors by Opening Minds

Supporting families of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in the London Borough of Havering