"Cressey has achieved great results with our students, far better than other similar schools. If my own child needed this sort of school, I'd want it to be Cressey."
Head of SEN, nearby Local Authority, Feb 2017
"For complex children, Cressey is our preferred provider. You're succeeding with the most challenging children we have. ... other schools just don't manage to do what you do."
Head of SEN, a West London LA, Nov 2017
Placement availability (as at Feb 2019)
We have very few places still left on-site; but we do occasionally get unexpected vacancies, and we're making more places available for Outreach & Pathways to Employment placements. So consultations and applications are very welcome, as always.
Years 1-6 at Coombe Cliff Primary School. There's one place available now. Class size 3-5 students. We also have 4 interim places available now in South Norwood (2 or 4 hrs / day) for primary students waiting for a placement at Coombe Cliff in September.
Years 7-14 at Chappells (Wimbledon) site. There are currently two vacancies, in Years 7-9. Class size 3-4 students.
Years 9 -14 at Moorings. We have one place available, for a Year 9. Class size 5 students.
Outreach programmes, Years 7-14. Places are available. These are bespoke programmes, delivered off-site for students awaiting a full-time place at Cressey. For more details click here.
Pathways to Employment Placement, Years 10-14. Places are available. These are full-time programmes, delivered off-site for students who will benefit from a bespoke individual programme, out in the community. For more details click here.
Years 7-9 at Birdhurst. This site is currently full. Class size 4-5 students.
Years 7-9 at Adeline. This site (for Girls only) is full. Class size 2-4 students.
Years 3-14 at Denmark Hall. This site is full. Here each student has their own dedicated personal classroom.
Student Admissions enquiries
For our Admissions criteria click here. For more details on place availability, please call John Herring on 07474 145 445.
"(Cressey) transforms pupils’ education and ultimately their life chances. .... (Students) make huge strides in their social and emotional development.”
Ofsted Report, March 2018