About Cavendish Education

Cavendish Education is a unique schools group. We challenge, with humility, the common perception of specialist education. Our five co-educational independent day and boarding schools provide an all-round education for students aged between five and nineteen years old.

 

Schools

Our schools offer a warm and friendly mainstream environment with outstanding specialist support for students with dyslexia, dyspraxia, high functioning autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and associated communication and language needs. We believe that such learning differences need not be a barrier to success.

Each School has its own distinctive character, atmosphere and facilities, but they all provide a well-rounded, differentiated and skilfully-supported academic curriculum. Sport, technology, the arts, outdoor education and life skills all feature highly in our enrichment activities.

Through our distinctive approach we encourage and develop our students to be the very best they can be – giving them the confidence to be themselves and drawing out their incredible abilities. Our students are happy, they experience success and each finds their individual opportunity to shine.

Gretton School

Gretton School in Girton, Cambridgeshire, is a specialist day and residential school for boys and girls with Autism Spectrum Condition, high functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.

The School provides individually tailored programmes of education, care and therapy for pupils from 5 to 19 years of age.

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Bredon School

Bredon School in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, is a boarding and day school with CReSTeD-accredited specialist support for dyslexia.

It offers a wide-ranging academic and vocational curriculum for boys and girls from 7 – 18 years old and welcomes learners from the local area, the wider UK and from overseas.

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The Independent School (TIS) London

TIS London is based at Ravenscourt Park, West London and offers a day school education for boys and girls aged 11 – 16 years old.

TIS primarily teaches children with dyslexia and dyspraxia, together with those who perform better in an environment which celebrates creativity and individualism.

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The Holmewood School

The Holmewood School in Finchley, North London, is a specialist school for boys and girls with high-functioning autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and other language and communication needs.

The school provides places for students aged 7 to 19 years old. Its philosophy is founded on a desire to make a difference and to challenge the way all members of the community think about autism.

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Abingdon House School

Abingdon House School near Marylebone, London, is a day school for boys and girls with dyslexia, dyspraxia, high functioning autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and associated communication and language needs.

It welcomes children from 5-14 years old and delivers a bespoke education developing and expanding the unique talents of each of its pupils.

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Our Team

Cavendish Education

  • Aatif Hassan
    Chairman
  • Jon Pickles
    Finance Director
  • Deb Carr
    Operations Director
  • Stephen Aiano
    Deputy Operations Director
  • Gemma Doyle
    Marketing Director

Non-executive directors

  • Adele Monsef
  • Jerry Bereika

Schools

  • Zoe Kirby
    Headteacher
    Gretton School
  • David Ward
    Principal
    Bredon School
  • Tanya Moran
    Principal
    The Independent School
  • Lisa Camilleri
    Headteacher
    The Holmewood School
  • Roy English
    Headteacher
    Abingdon House School

Have a question?

Each of our schools can be contacted through their individual website. If you wish to contact Cavendish Education, please complete the form. We are happy to help.

Contact

Cavendish Education Ltd
5th Floor South
14 Waterloo Place
London SW1Y 4AR

info@cavendisheducation.com