Haringey Virtual School of Children in Care
What is the Virtual School?
The Virtual School is an additional resource which exists to support and challenge all those involved in the education of children in care. It is involved in, or promotes nationally and locally, various initiatives to support the educational achievement of children in care.
The Virtual School is not a teaching tool or environment. It does not replace the school or educational provision of children in care.
All children in the care of Haringey who are of statutory school age and in education post 16, including university, are part of Haringey’s Virtual School.
The Virtual School Team is a small multi-disciplinary team working to raise the educational attainment and attendance of children and young people. It works in close collaboration with colleagues across the authority, and also in partnership with the third sector. It tracks educational progress, while supporting and monitoring work with children and young people in care. It works to help young people achieve their full potential, and offers support and advice to those who care and work with them.
- Haringey Virtual School of Children in Care Team
2nd Floor - River Park House
225 High Road
- Tel 020 8489 3767
- Fax 020 8489 3792
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Care Matters - Time for Change||819.73 KB|
|DCSF-DFE improving attainment-primary.pdf||990.56 KB|
|The impact of Virtual Schools on the educational progress of looked after children (Ofsted)||475.75 KB|
|DCSF-DFE improving attainment-secondary.pdf||946.31 KB|
|Virtual Head Annual Report Oct 2014||211.19 KB|