Nightingale Community Academy is a special school in Wandsworth for 120 boys aged 5 to 19 with social, emotional and mental health needs. All pupils have an Educational Health Care Plan.

Primary pupils benefit from a purpose-built classroom hub and outdoor adventure playground. They have access to weekly music lessons and a comprehensive therapy service.

Secondary and post-16 students are offered a broach curriculum including vocational courses such as barbering, construction, horticulture, hospitality and motor vehicle studies.

All pupils benefit from regular animal therapy at Tom’s Farm, which is located on the spacious school site.

Staff are patient and caring. They build up relationships and trust with pupils and their parents and carers. Staff make sure that all pupils are included in the life of school.

Ofsted, September 2022

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