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Milestone School
Ash Road, New Ash Green, DA3 8JZ, UK Longfield
+44 (0)1474 709420

About Milestone

Milestone School is for children with severe and complex learning difficulties.

The School is for children ranging in age from two to nineteen years.

The school has 140 full time places.

The school is part of Kent County Council - Education Authority.



Pupils who are attending the main school between the ages of 5 - 16 are required to wear school uniform. This is a white polo shirt, royal blue sweatshirt/jumper and grey trousers/skirt. Sweatshirts and polo shirts with the school logo can be purchased from the school; details are available from the school office. It is not compulsory for Post 16 students to wear uniform, but could you please make sure your child is suitably dressed for school. Please label your child's clothes with his/her name.


Please do not send your child to school in jewellery - we are unable to guarantee it will not get lost or broken and in some instances it can actually be dangerous for children to wear jewellery.


If your child is not totally toilet trained, it is necessary to send in a complete change of clothing each day. Please put the change of clothes in a bag with the child's name on.


Post 16




ICT Information

This page will contain many resources in the coming year. I plan to provide some custom built touch activiated games, including providing links to resources where parents / careers can download useful tools and resources.


SenSwitcher is a popular program which is used thoughout the whole school. It is a a suite of programs designed to help teach early ICT skills to people with profound and multiple learning difficulties, those who need to develop skills with assistive input devices and very young children new to computers.

It is, we believe the first time anyone anywhere has developed an online switch enabled application which targets ICT skills from purely experiential through cause and effect, switch building, timed activation, targeting and row scanning.

Speech & Language Therapy

Welcome to Julie Blair, Speech & Language Therapist who joined our team in November. Julie will be working with us on Mondays and Wednesdays. Lizzie Hibben, Speech and Language Therapy Student from City University also works with us on Fridays. We are hoping to recruit another therapist in the near future.

Who’s who in the Speech and Language Therapy Team?

  • Liz Skilton – Speech & Language Therapy Co-ordinator
  • Julie Blair, Speech & Language Therapist, Medway PCT
  • Jane Linehan – Speech & Language Therapy Assistant & Signalong Tutor
  • Helen Horley – Signalong Tutor & Senior Teaching Assistant
  • Lizzie Hibben, Speech & Language Therapy Student, City University

The autumn term saw the introduction of the new Communication Policy which has contributed to the increase of signing and visual support used around the school. A copy of this policy is available on the website.

Our focus for this term is to review and continue to support pupil’s communication needs in class. Eating and drinking reviews will continue to take place also. Jane & Helen will run the fourth Signalong Foundation Course for staff. This will mean that every class teacher will have completed this training. Two signing coffee mornings will take place on the 16 th and 23 rd January to follow-on from last years parent courses. Further introductory courses are planned for the summer term.

As ever we value the work we do with parents. Please phone, write in the contact book or call in to see us if you have any questions.

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