About Us


Who we are

Lark Hall Outreach is a team of specialist teachers who offer support, advice and training to children, families and professionals in Lambeth. We are trained in interventions such as TEACCH, PECS, SCERTS, Social Stories and other ASC friendly strategies.

What we do

We work across all mainstream educational settings and aim to deliver advice and support to schools enabling them to meet the additional educational needs of children and young people with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC). Click here to view our Service Level Agreement.

We support schools in developing a greater understanding of ASC, empowering them to apply good practice by continuing their development through creating an inclusive and autism friendly learning environment.

We work collaboratively with parents, carers, professionals and outside agencies to provide a holistic and personalised approach to each child and young person.

Through this we aim to enable all children and young people to reach their full potential academically and socially whilst promoting independence.


Click here to download the Lark Hall Autism Advisory Service flyer 2017 - 2018 for more general information.


Click here to download the Lark Hall Autism Advisory Reciprocal Agreement Policy


Click here to view more information on our Local Offer, and visit the website at www.lambeth.gov.uk/localoffer 



We Provide

•  INSET training for staff

•  modelling and sharing of information for various interventions

•  meetings with parents

•  observations in various settings

•  advice on target setting

•  modelling good practice

•  liaisons with a range of professionals

•  EHC plans/annual review reports and attendance

•  supporting children and young people to understand their diagnosis

•  peer support work through whole class teaching and assemblies

•  recommending resources 

How to make a referral

We work with children and young people who have a formal diagnosis of ASC, are Lambeth residents and who currently are between Reception and 25 years old, if still in an educational setting.

Children and young people can be referred to our service through their school by the SENCo using our referral form which can be requested via e-mail.

Each referral received will be placed on a list according to priority and allocated to a member of our team. The team member will then contact the school directly.


Click here to download our referral form.