The aim of the ARP is to raise academic outcomes of students with SEMH as their primary need, both across the main school and those supported with their learning via the SNS ARP. A creative curriculum, co-planned by Stoke Newington School and education and health care professionals will ensure young people are equipped with a range of qualifications. ARP students will follow a bespoke timetable that allows them to access their education across both sites, which will vary depending on their interests and level of need. The ARP curriculum will be interlinked with a range of therapeutic interventions and enrichment opportunities, all of which aim to develop both students personal and work skills, and ultimately prepare them for adulthood.

The ARP’s ambitious offer is continuing to be developed in collaboration with Hackney Education. More information will available soon.

ARP facilities include:

  • Various Classrooms & Small Group Rooms
  • Café (ran by SNS students)
  • ICT Suite
  • Food Tech Suite
  • Student Garden and Allotment
  • Outdoor Playground Facilities including Sports Court
  • Calm Room & Therapy Spaces
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Staffroom, Offices & Reception
  • ARP students will also benefit from access to all SNS Studio spaces

Fundraising Support
Our ambitious plans for the SNS Hub rely upon the school raising additional funds to cover the fitout and equipment within each of the spaces shown above. We are particularly interested in building partnerships with local businesses and organisations that can offer financial support, equipment donations, or opportunities to work with our students. Your support, or simply sharing of our SNS Hub website links will be greatly appreciated and will help us to deliver the best possible provision for students.
Donations can be made directly via our gofundme. Alternatively, if you would like to contribute to a particular item listed in our donations wish list or discuss corporate sponsorship opportunities, please contact Aaron Critoph- Assistant Headteacher, Director of the SNS Hub -