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The Livity School is a primary school for children with complex needs which was created in September 2001 as part of Lambeth’s Special Needs Strategy. ‘Livity’ is a new word which essentially means ‘Living Life Positively'. The school aims to help all pupils to build self-esteem and confidence thus promoting their maximum achievement. This will enable them to gain the skills necessary to learn and to develop their full potential in all areas of the curriculum.

We believe that:

  • All children have a right to education
  • All children have a right to be accessed
  • All children have a right to be included
  • All children have a right to integration
  • All children have a right to be acknowledged and treated with respect

The Livity School is for pupils, both boys and girls aged from 2 to 11 years, who have complex special educational needs. These include one and more of the following below:

  • Severe learning disabilities
  • Profound physical impairment
  • Sensory impairment
  • Autistic spectrum disorders
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Medical conditions

Pupils are grouped in classes according to age and within the Foundation Stage/Key Stages 1 and 2 of the National Curriculum. Each class has a teacher and teaching assistants. The school day for the children is from 8.55am until 3.30pm.

Ofsted logo     Ofsted Parent View

To view the current 2013 Ofsted report on the official site click here

It is very important for Parents to share their views about the school before an Ofsted inspection.  Please visit the Ofsted Parent View website. click here

 Ofsted letter from the LAWe had a lovely letter from the LA regarding the OFSTED report for 2013, please click the image to view the letter.

  1. Ofsted Report 2013
  2. Ofsted Report 2010
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