At George Tomlinson School we believe that all children have an equal right to a full and rounded education which enable them to reach their potential and beyond. We aim to meet individual needs and provide opportunities for children to make good progress. Children should enjoy reaching their goals and have this achievement celebrated.

Our school vision statement underpins everything we do:

Excellence through enjoyment
Diverse-We acknowledge, promote and celebrate our community’s diversity; it is at the
core of who we are as a school.
Happy-We care for our health, enjoy learning and celebrate our achievements in a
welcoming and positive environment.
Inspiring-We inspire our learners through an engaging and challenging creative
Ambitious-We don’t allow anything to get in the way of our success. We dream big.
Creative-We use our imagination and express ourselves with confidence.

For more information on our offer, please see the policy below.

‘For more information on our offer, please see the policy below’

Useful Information:

Waltham Forest Dyslexia Association

Workshops and Training:

  1. SEND art class


Pilot – 4 weeks

STARTS 12 JAN 2019

Saturday afternoon’s: 2.30pm-3.30pm

One parent/carer per participant

Drop-in for up to 10 participants

All ages

Questions: text 07753686331
£5 per person
If it’s popular funding will be looked for to make it free

PLEASE NOTE:  we offer arts engagement and are artists first – participants must come with support/carers that they need to attend the session. We are highly experienced in delivering to a wide range of participants with additional needs, have safe-guarding training, enhanced CRB, fire safety and first aid training – we will help in any way we can. Text us if you have any questions or concerns.

  1. ALL ABILITY CYCLING WITH BIKEWORKSAdapted cycling for children and young people aged 7-25
    Starts Saturday 26th January
    Higham Hill Park
    There is parking and a cafe at the venue​

Thank you

SEND Parent Coffee Mornings





  • Sensory and Physical Needs – Visual and Hearing Impairment