About Our School

Our School

Hedgewood School is a primary special school currently maintained by the London Borough of Hillingdon. Our school caters for primary age pupils most of whom have Autism. We currently have 160 pupils on roll. All of our pupils either have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).


We enable our pupils to make positive choices about their behavior, both in and out of school, so that they become successful members of the wider community.

Our school ethos is ‘be nice, work hard, be happy’. We aim to provide opportunities and support so that our pupils develop a good work ethic, inner confidence together with interpersonal and social skills. We enable our pupils to make positive choices about their behavior, both in and out of school, so that they become successful members of the wider community.

We believe that the quality of education for all children can be defined through developing a culture of inclusion and acceptance, in which all members of the school community are valued equally, treated with respect and provided with equal opportunities. This is achieved by further developing our inclusive school culture, ensuring all our policies are inclusive that all school practice reflects our inclusive values.  Pupils, parents and carers, and staff work with specialist support agencies and services to remove all barriers that restrict full access to education, for all members of our school community.

As a school, we are committed to:

  • providing an excellent educational environment together with high standards of teaching and learning
  • helping our pupils to stay safe and feel safe
  • treating our pupils with respect and dignity
  • listening to what our pupils have to say
  • providing our pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum appropriate to their needs and abilities (this includes extended learning opportunities in clubs)
  • telling our pupils what they are good at to build their confidence, self-esteem and resilience
  • allowing and supporting our pupils to make choices and decisions for themselves
  • encouraging our pupils to be as independent as possible
  • informing parents and carers of their child’s progress through excellent communication systems (communication about pupils’ Individual Learning Plans, within the Annual Review process and through parent consultations)
  • keeping parents and carers informed about what their child has achieved during the school day through the home/school link book and/or through phone calls and emails

At Hedgewood School we enable all our pupils to become independent learners so that they can:

  • create and develop relationships
  • develop essential functional skills which result in an improved quality of life for our children
  • effectively communicate and develop behaviours that are conducive to learning
  • develop a range of interests
  • contribute positively to the community

Our school

Hedgewood School is a primary special school currently maintained by the London Borough of Hillingdon. Our school caters for primary age pupils most of whom have Autism. We currently have 160 pupils on roll. All of our pupils either have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).


We enable our pupils to make positive choices about their behavior, both in and out of school, so that they become successful members of the wider community.

Our school ethos is ‘be nice, work hard, be happy’. We aim to provide opportunities and support so that our pupils develop a good work ethic, inner confidence together with interpersonal and social skills. We enable our pupils to make positive choices about their behavior, both in and out of school, so that they become successful members of the wider community.

We believe that the quality of education for all children can be defined through developing a culture of inclusion and acceptance, in which all members of the school community are valued equally, treated with respect and provided with equal opportunities. This is achieved by further developing our inclusive school culture, ensuring all our policies are inclusive that all school practice reflects our inclusive values.  Pupils, parents and carers, and staff work with specialist support agencies and services to remove all barriers that restrict full access to education, for all members of our school community.

As a school, we are committed to:

  • providing an excellent educational environment together with high standards of teaching and learning
  • helping our pupils to stay safe and feel safe
  • treating our pupils with respect and dignity
  • listening to what our pupils have to say
  • providing our pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum appropriate to their needs and abilities (this includes extended learning opportunities in clubs)
  • telling our pupils what they are good at to build their confidence, self-esteem and resilience
  • allowing and supporting our pupils to make choices and decisions for themselves
  • encouraging our pupils to be as independent as possible
  • informing parents and carers of their child’s progress through excellent communication systems (communication about pupils’ Individual Learning Plans, within the Annual Review process and through parent consultations)
  • keeping parents and carers informed about what their child has achieved during the school day through the home/school link book and/or through phone calls and emails

At Hedgewood School we enable all our pupils to become independent learners so that they can:

  • create and develop relationships
  • develop essential functional skills which result in an improved quality of life for our children
  • effectively communicate and develop behaviours that are conducive to learning.
  • develop a range of interests
  • contribute positively to the community

Contact Us

If you would like to find out more about Hedgewood School please do not hesitate in contacting us.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Hedgewood School
Weymouth Road, Hayes
Middlesex, UB4 8NF

Phone: 0208 8456756

Email: office@hedgewood.org

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