Summit Point School will allow time for your child to reach a point of understanding with their learning. Time to discuss, time to explore, time to succeed and time to enjoy.


Why Summit Point School?

At Summit Point School, we believe learning to read, write, and enjoy maths are all fundamental human rights. We also want our students to be happy, build positive relationships with peers, to find joy in learning, and develop self-confidence. 

We foster a supportive, cooperative environment where students are matched with others who share a similar learning and social age, as well as achievement level, so they can better connect, and grow together. Making new friends and feeling comfortable is an important part of life at Summit Point.

We know not every child develops in all learning and social areas at the same time, or possesses the same strengths and interests, which is why we students are not matched with others, by age or year level alone. We provide an environment where mistakes are explored, opportunity is given to ask as many questions needed, time to discover themselves as learners, and unpack the many capabilities which go with being dyslexic. 

  • Small teacher student ratio (1:15)
  • Support staff  in each class
  • Explicit ITC/technology training
  • Students at Summit Point School are surrounded by like-minded peers
  • They will discover that their learning differences are shared with another student
  • We value the whole child
  • Your child may very well find their village!




 Compassion and creativity

Summit Point School serves 60 students, which will increase to around 90 students by the end of 2020. 
Our students excited about coming to school and learning — every day. By weaving compassion and creativity into a research-based programme and personalised instruction, our teachers unlock the potential in students with diverse learning needs who would otherwise be silenced in a more traditional school.
2020 Prospectus
There are many reasons why our school is special, learn more.