Open Mornings are on Tuesday 13 November 2018 and Monday 21 January 2019.  Please email the school office to book your place admin@linksec.org.uk.

Parents’ Evening is on Wednesday 21 November 2018 at 4.00pm.

Our Approach

Obtaining the best possible outcomes for our students is one of our highest priorities. We have developed a pathway system that lets us support the whole range of needs and talents that our students display. Every student has a timetable that reflects their specific requirements, with sessions delivered by subject specialist teachers and therapists.

Regardless of Key Stage, our students’ curriculum will be based on three elements:

Core – followed by all students

Foundation – accessed by students dependent upon need/support

Access – therapy programmes to support and develop language, learning, life and social skills.

See below how the curriculum is taught across the Key Stage Groups

Curriculum Delivery across Key Stage Groups

 

 

 

There is a lovely feeling at school, it is always very positive, warm and welcoming – Parent Survey 2018

 

Latest News

Pantomime Star Surprise!

Students at The Link Secondary School received a very exciting visitor, actress and singer, Linda John Pierre. Linda will be starring as the Empress in the Pantomime of Aladdin which students are going to watch as a Christmas treat in …

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Celebrating the Courage of Amy Johnson

Each class in The Link Secondary School is named after a local inspirational figure. Lynn Shah, 6th Form tutor of Johnson Class, representing courage arranged a visit from the Historic Croydon Airport Trust (HCAT) who came to talk to students …

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Link’s Budding Artists!

Wood and Weir classes visited the Turf Project in Croydon’s Whitgift Centre. It is the first entirely artist-run contemporary art space in Croydon. Students enjoyed viewing an art exhibition entitled “Mothers” which is centred around the theme of caring. After …

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Premier League Trophy Visits The Link Secondary School

We were excited and very honoured to host an afternoon with the official Premier League football trophy in school, The trophy, weighing 4 stone, even came with its own security guard and was displayed on a plinth. Students came into …

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