What is a High COIN Centre?
A High COIN centre is a provision for pupils already with and Education Health Care Plan. Our Centre is part of our school supporting pupils with autism and those with communication and interaction needs (COIN). Pupils are placed in the COIN via Surrey SEND admissions and not via the mainstream school.
We believe an inclusive educational environment where pupils with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) thrive, grow, and achieve their full potential. Our vision is that pupils in the Treehouse seamlessly integrate within the school, fostering a sense of belonging, understanding, and support for all students.
Integration is at the heart of our vision. We strive to create an inclusive culture where pupils from the specialist ASC unit and mainstream classrooms learn side by side, fostering friendships, collaboration, and mutual understanding. Our goal is to promote a school-wide community that appreciates and embraces the diversity of all students.
Applications to join our COIN centre are open to children with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) who have communication and interaction needs and would truly benefit from working alongside their mainstream peers. Children should be able to access mainstream for 50% of their learning.
Applications should be made online through Surrey SEND admissions or you can request a form from your case officer.
Please note we do not offer tours of the centre on mainstream open days. These are arranged once consultation has been sought with the school via Surrey SEND.