Lomond House is situated just off Camberwell Green and is next to the library and in the heart of the town centre with access to many facilities including Camberwell leisure centre. Lomond House can accommodate up to 50 students aged 16+.
Our students and staff enjoy being part of the local community and students are supported in work opportunities with many local businesses and community groups including Independence Homes, Books Beyond Words, People First Lambeth, Kennington Flowerbeds Project, Brixton Libraries, The Old Vic, The Rathbone Society, Intosport Lambeth, Tooting Leisure Centre, Baked Bean Company, Nightingale Allotment, Lambeth Mencap and Camberwell Art Project.
New cluster groups on a Monday afternoon, including expressive art, catering, up-cycling, creative enterprises, sports and well-being.
Parent & Carer Coffee Morning
New partnership links have been developed, students now attend a health and well-being dance session at Brixton pop up and at the Black prince trust
PMLD dance group at Pop up Brixton
Isabel was voted in to be student safeguarding ambassador of E-safety
Open Event for students to show off amazing their centre
People first Lambeth promoting student voice within the community discussing what services they would like to access externally
Mental wealth monthly student challenge is starting
Students have made a link with Greenwich Maritime Museum
Outcomes for learners are outstanding, teaching, learning and assessment are excellent and the extremely diverse programmes that meet learners’ individual needs, interests and aspirations, prepare them very well for life after College.
On Monday, students from Lomond House took a trip to Resonance FM to collaborate with Disability Advice Service Lambeth (DASL) which is an organisation who works with disabled people in London Borough of Lambeth to create the “smashing records” radio …
To help raise awareness for World Down’s Syndrome Day, students and staff at Lomond House, Camberwell all came in with their odd socks (and plenty of spare odd socks so everyone could join in the fun!) Odd socks were chosen …
This term, Oxford Circus class have, through the medium of art been practising their intentional body movements and sustaining attention on individual and shared experiences. Using the theme of spring, they created a multi-sensory art exhibition and invited their peers …