Achieving for Children
Is a social enterprise company created by Kingston and Richmond Councils to provide their children’s services.  They offer services to provide targeted help and support to children and families in need at the earliest stage.

Individual Tuition
Tuition is delivered by the Individual Pupil Support Service for students who need to be taught 1:1, for medical or other reasons. Malden Oaks supports the work of this service by providing access to specialist resources and facilitating public exam entries.

Anstee Bridge
A one day a week programme for year 11 students who need additional support to maintain their school placement and achieve successful outcomes at the end of year 11. Students normally attend 1 day a week for the whole of year 11. The programme has an emphasis on using creativity (music, drama, art) to improve students’ confidence. A key feature of the programme is supporting students to move on to a successful post 16 destination. 24 places available – 6 on each day. Please note that this programme is for Kingston Schools only and is located in Kingston College premises.

Steps to Employment
A programme for our year 11 leavers who need further support before moving into the world of work. S2E is run by Kingston Adult Education for 16-18 year olds, delivered from our Dukes Centre premises. Learners continue with English and Maths and also follow a course in employability skills. Work placements are arranged to suit individuals’ interests and stages of development.  More information can be found on our

AfC Youth Service
We enjoy excellent support from the Youth Service who we have worked closely with during the past year.  They have been involved in face-to-face work, supporting group projects and outings and also delivering workshops. We have a very well established relationship with Albany Park water sports centre in Kingston where we often take students for activities and we use as a base for our MOOT projects.