Welcome to Blossom House School
We are an 'outstanding' specialist independent day school based in Motspur Park, New Malden, Euston and Wimbledon, London for children with speech, language and communication difficulties. Our site at Motspur Park is for children aged 3 to 19 years while our Euston site currently has children aged 3 to 11 years. Our school has a unique atmosphere created by its totally dedicated, highly professional and caring staff. We acknowledge specific strengths and support individual weaknesses, so that each child “blossoms” and has the opportunity to fulfil his or her potential. Blossom House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, students and volunteers to share this commitment
We hope that our website will give you a flavour of Blossom House. If
you would like more information about us or about our assessment process, please don’t hesitate to call the school.
"Pupils make outstanding progress from their starting points, across subjects and year groups. High-quality teaching and a strong focus on pupils’ well-being ensures that pupils’ progress is consistently strong" - Ofsted Report June 2019
Visiting Blossom House
Please contact the school to speak with Liz Mayo about your child.
Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will be in touch.
Autumn Term 2019
Thu 5th Sep: Term starts
21st - 1st Nov.: Half term
13th Dec: Term ends at 12pm
Spring Term 2020
Tue 7th Jan.: Term starts
17th - 21st Feb.: Half term
2nd April: Term ends at 12pm
Summer Term 2020
Mon 27th Apr.: Term starts
25th - 29th May: Half Term
16th July: Term ends at 12pm
Accelerated Reader Programme
To take the quiz for Accelerated Reader Program, please press here.
For looking up a new book, please visit here.
“What I have enjoyed about Blossom House is that this school has been my whole life really. I have been here ever since I was five and this school has taught me right from wrong, how to make friends and if you get knocked down, you get back up.” (A year 11 pupil)