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  • Welcome to our website, where you can find out more information on our services and educational programmes we offer.
  • Our approach is based on the foundation of three practices. check out the way we work
  • Check Out our educational programmes for young people in KS4 and KS3
  • We offer all of our young people, careers Information & Guidance. Click here for more info.
  • Check Out our vocational learning programmes for young people in KS4 and KS3
  • If you’re interested and would like to refer a young person to one of our services please go to our referral page
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Welcome to Pupil Parent Partnership

We are an alternative Education Provider registered with DfE as an independent school. As a not-for-profit organisation, we pride ourselves in providing educational and therapeutic support to young people and their families in West London,

We help by offering individual support, group and family counselling; mentoring, therapeutic residential work, help with crisis intervention; access to supported applied education programmes and accredited key skills and GCSE programmes.

This is delivered through variety of programmes for Yr.11, Yr.10 and Yr.9 pupils, which include in school support, outreach work, community projects as well as full time education in our own DfE regstered school. We also run Post 16 provision. We operate a child centred holistic approach in an attempt to re-engage young people in the learning process.

The success of the PPP method is increasingly recognised as a means of delivering effective behavioural improvement and social inclusion programmes for young people.

PPP has responded to requests from a range of agencies by providing training and consultancy support, and has developed its work through involvement in a range of research projects.


We help young people overcome barriers, make the most of education and get their lives working.


  • Re-engage
  • Develop emotional literacy
  • Offer full GCSEs curriculum
  • Provide alternative accreditation routes
  • Encourage progression into further education, employment or training