Our campaign to get young people with ASN into employment

Falkland House School is committed to raising awareness of the positive contribution young people with Additional Support Needs (ASN) can bring to the workplace. In this article published in the Daily Record, one current pupil and one ex-pupil talk about how the school has helped them to prepare for the transition from school to further education and employment.




FHS shortlisted for prestigious education award

We are very proud to announce that Falkland House School has again been shortlisted for the prestigious TES Alternative Provision School of the Year Award. There’s only one other Scottish school among the 32 finalists in the nursery, primary, secondary and alternative provision categories. The winner of one of these categories will also pick up the Overall School of the Year Award.

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Now in their eighth year, the awards recognise the outstanding contribution to education made by teams and individuals, and are one of the biggest events of the academic year. Candidates for the 16 categories are selected from across the UK.

Director of Falkland House School, Stuart Jacob, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for this respected award again. This is a much sought-after accolade across the education sector and to get to this stage is testament to the hard work of everybody at the school.

“We have a reputation for achieving positive and socially inclusive outcomes for our pupils, through focus on health and wellbeing, employability and independence and we’re pleased that this is being recognised nationally.

“We’re now looking forward to the award ceremony and finding out whether we can make it to the top of the class.”

Winners will be revealed at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 24th June. Fingers crossed!