Charlton School Fund

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Charlton School,Charlton Park Road

020 8249 6844

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The Charlton School Fund was set up in 2000 to support Charlton School, now Charlton Park Academy, a secondary school for pupils with special needs in the London Borough of Greenwich. The pupils, aged 11-19, have a variety of special needs including autistic spectrum disorder, severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties and emotional and behavioural difficulties. Many of them come from very deprived backgrounds and therefore face huge challenges to reach their full potential and be as independent as possible.

Whilst the academy is funded by central government to deliver the students statutory education, the academy is constantly looking at ways to add to and enhance every student’s school experience, with the intention that this will raise self-esteem, boost self-confidence and ultimately give each student the greatest opportunity to achieve once they have left the school.


Such activities and projects of course cost money, and this is where the school’s registered charity looks to play its part. This, in practice, means working with the students, parents, staff and governors to look at projects that will provide the most benefit and impact to as many students as possible. Hence, the charity has raised money for projects large and small, such as the refurbishment of two sensory rooms within the school and the funding of after school clubs and residential trips.

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