Our ASDAN programme offers an unschooling experience with small group integration (6:2 / 3:1 ratio). This small group helps high school aged students and young adults, as they prefer to be called, to work towards their independence, following their practical interests and vocational skill needs.

We are a registered ASDAN centre, offering a wide variety of programmes of which Towards Independence, Key Steps and different vocational skills are just a few. This group loves to garden, build wooden structures, cook and bake, go shopping, coding and IT skills (using AI, Word, Google, Canva, Excel, typing, Powerpoint), work on conversational skills, learn about history, explore the arts, care for animals, learn self care and more! Their interests guide them. 

The ASDAN Educators have extensive experience working with neurodiverse children including ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, PDA, Asperger’s/Autism, and other neurodiversities.

In our small groups we focus on stimulation through engaging methods using hands-on activities, real-life applications, experiential learning, play-based learning, technology, and various techniques known to help neurodiverse learners. We incorporate techniques such as the Wilbarger protocol, Brain gym, HANDLE, Scent therapy, Reflex Integration, Teach Me Language, Visual Schedules, Social Stories, Visual Aids, Movement/Brain Breaks, Affirmations, and more.


The ASDAN curriculum focuses on accessible and practical learning, emphasising life skills. With numerous short courses to choose from, we can help your child discover their passions and purpose. ASDAN qualifications support learners with special educational needs, preparing them for adulthood and employment.

Its wide range of courses includes personal development, preparing for adulthood, core subjects, vocational tasters, work-related courses, personal and social development, and sports and activities. Some examples of courses offered include “My Independence” and “Life Skills Challenge.”

To learn more about ASDAN, you can be read further here: https://www.asdan.org.uk/about

  • School hours are from 08:00 – 13:30 Mondays – Fridays
  • Drop off from as early as 07:30
  • Aftercare available till 16:30
  • Drumming available
  • Ball Skills available

How to enrol at ASDAN?

If you wish to enrol your child in our ASDAN group, please contact us via: