Pentland Field School - Eden Academy Trust
Address: Pentland Way, Ickenham, Middlesex, UB10 8TS
Tel: 01895 609 120
Web: https://pentlandfieldschool.co.uk/

Location   Ickenham
School Status   Academy
School Type   Special
Age range of pupils at this school   4 to 19
Number of pupils on roll at this school   137 pupils
Is this a co-educational school?   Mixed Gender

At Pentland Field School, our creative and thematic curriculum has been designed to be adaptable for all of our learners. Ensuring a fluid journey from Early years to Key stage 4, as they become independent and successful learners. 

To ensure that our pupils are achieving the very best result, we use a collaborative approach to monitor and support their progress, amongst our staff members and the school. As a result, this approach was recognised and commended in our 2018 Ofsted inspection stating: 'Teamwork is a real strength of the school. As teachers, support staff and therapists meet regularly to share their observations about how well pupils are achieving.

We welcome hearing from committed and passionate individuals, who can bring new experiences to enhance our pupils learning and participation. 

If you'd like to have an informal conversation or visit our school, please contact the school office.

The Eden Academy Trust may, from time to time, require an employee to be relocated temporarily or permanently to one of its other schools. Any proposal to relocate will be carried out with due consultation and reasonable notice.


Both teachers and support staff feel very well supported. They network closely with their colleagues in school and across the trust.

Ofsted 2018

Educate. Develop. Enrich. Nurture.

Pentland Field School, part of The Eden Academy Trust is an all-through school for pupils, aged 4-19 with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or a newly-introduced Education, Health and Care Plan.

We are a unique school, whose provision both in the classroom and through therapy, is closely matched to the needs of our different types of learners. Who have the potential to enhance their existing levels of attainment, social learning and language skills. ​

At our school, we 'aim to ensure that all of our pupils develop a real love for learning.' (Audrey Pantelis - Head of School) through a stretched and challenging curriculum. That enables and actively encourages our children to be independent learners, whilst making a real contribution to their community.​

If you would like to learn more about our school, please visit our website.

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