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Frederick Bremer School


Frederick Bremer School is an 11-16 community school in Walthamstow, Waltham Forest. We are a non-selective school for the local community, and we are representative of the community we serve. We are an inclusive school, and whilst we are very diverse, every pupil is known for who they are and the richness of their character. We have a specialist Autism Spectrum Condition provision, and we cater for up to 25 pupils with a statement for ASC who will receive additional support within a mainstream school. Our ASC pupils are very successful in the school, and our provision is popular with parents seeking to educate their children within a mainstream setting. We also have large and highly specialist SEN team, who support a large number of pupils in the school with a range of needs from visual impairments to medical needs to cognitive learning needs. We successful cater for all pupils, and have a blend of mixed ability, setting and streaming across the school to enable pupils to be challenged and make good progress. The profile of our school - 42 different languages spoken - Multicultural - Biggest ethnic groups are: Pakistani 18%, White British 15%, White Eastern European 8%, Black Caribbean 8% - 23% Free School Meals, 50% pupil premium - 4% Statements - Prior attainment on entry: - 14% low (below level 4) - 50% middle (at level 4 = national average) - 36% higher (above level 4) - A real community school, most pupils come from within a mile of the school

An excellent local school in the heart of the community

Frederick Bremer School is a strong community school where every child is known, grown and nurtured to be ‘the very best they can be’.  Our values and ethos are explicit and tangible from the moment you enter the school, and all members of the school community share our values of ‘Respect, responsibility and integrity’.

Being part of the Frederick Bremer family is based on a shared understanding of equity. We are a very diverse community (a microcosm of the community we serve), but our diversity is our strength.  Every member of our community is included, heard and valued.

Community education is very important to us. We believe that our school is here to serve and support the local community, and that the children of our community deserve the very best. We strive for both academic excellence, but balanced with community responsibility.

 Our values and ethos is not idle rhetoric, we live and breathe this. How?

  • Through our curriculum, which is broad, balanced and inclusive with a focus on deep, critical thinking
  • Through having an on-going debate about high quality teaching which enables our pupils to thrive in our classrooms
  • Through our pupil leadership programme, including an active school council, which plays a crucial role in leading our school
  • Through our systems and policies which ensure our values are at the heart of our work, and that pupil safety is our priority
  • Through our high quality staff (both teachers and support staff) who know our pupils very well and foster positive professional relationships
  • Through our partnerships with external organisations and bodies, which enable our pupils to considering be inspired by leaders and experts


Who to contact

Contact Name
Jenny Smith
Contact Position
Head teacher
020 8498 3340

Where to go

Frederick Bremer School
Siddeley Road
E17 4EY

Our site is fully accessible for pupils with physical disabilities. We also have a dedicated ASC centre within the school, where we provide specialist support and for ASC pupils to visit at the start and end of the day.

Other Information


Age Ranges
From 11 years to 16 years

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access

Has Provision

Special Needs

Has Provision
Experience with
Social development impairment
Hearing Difficulties
Visual impairment
Global Syndrome
Downs syndrome
Serious allergy
Renal failure
Severe dietary needs
Emotional needs
Motor impairment
Challenging Behaviour
Physical impairment
Language impairment
Heart Condition
Autism spectrum
Cerebral Palsy
Learning difficulties

Dietary Needs

Has Provision

Cultural Provisions

Has Provision

Childcare Information

Opening Times & Facilities

Opening Times
Opening Times
DayOpening TimeClosing Time
Monday to Friday 8.30 3.00

School Pickups

Offers pickups

Ofsted Information

Ofsted Report
View the latest Ofsted inspection grade and report
Inspection Date
Inspection Grade

Local Offer


We provide a high quality Resourced Provision for up to 25 pupils aged 11-16 with Autistic Spectrum Condition. Our pupils receive a blended curriculum, mainly within the mainstream school but with specialist support. We aim to ensure all of our pupils leave the school with the skills and qualifications they need to live happy and independent lives. Our ASC pupils are fully included in the life of the school, and are expected to contribute as full members of the school community. We work very closely with parents to ensure that we fully met the needs of their children, and parents are also regularly involved in school life. Prospective parents are encouraged to visit the school and meet our team. You will find more information attached.

Contact Name
Claire Binns
Contact Telephone
020 34983480
Contact Email
SEND Policy
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