Stoa School Closure

It is with great sadness that we announce Stoa School has closed. Thank you so much for your support over the years.Read more

Stoa Saturday School now open for applications

Stoa Saturday School Pupil Recruitment Notice We are delighted to announce the opening of the Stoa Saturday School for pupils with Autism. The school will be held on Saturdays between 10am and 4pm during term times at Braidburn School. The school will be run on the principles of ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) with a focus on essential living skills, behaviour, communication and social skills. We have contracted Carole Roxburgh (BCBA) consultant with the Carbone Clinic, London as our consultant and she will be assessing the pupils and designing the bespoke programmes for each…Read more

Seeking Tutors and Teaching Assistance

Exciting Opportunity to work in Scotland’s first ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) Saturday School. This will be the first school of its type in Scotland. We feel that all children deserve the same opportunities for a better understanding of their environment and the wider world. We are now seeking a number of Tutors, Teaching Assistants and Volunteers who hold that same belief. Lead Tutor Tutors Teaching Assistants Volunteers The roles will be closed for applications from the 16th August. Please apply here:  Read more

Stoa School Progress Update

Over the last year or so The Board has been extremely busy laying the foundations for the Stoa School. It's has been, and continues to be, a challenging exercise but the below should give you an overview of our progress to date. Current Strategy For a number of reasons, it has become apparent the best way to reach our goal of opening an ABA school in Edinburgh is to begin with a Saturday school. Stoa School plans to launch an ABA  Saturday School by April 2017.  The Saturday School day will follow a structured…Read more

Land’s End to John o’ Groats on Behalf of the Stoa School – £4,700 raised so far!

Back in May we mentioned that Dave Clements, a friend of Stoa School intended to cycle from Land's End to John o' Groats to raise money - and cycle it he did! Thanks to Dave's incredible commitment and the generosity of Dave's friends and supporters of the school, we have managed to raise an astonishing £4,711.25 (including Gift Aid).  Thanks, Dave! If you would like to make a contribution, there's still time to donate by clicking here. Here are some of the kind words from Dave's supporters: Scotland needs ABA! Great thing you are doing…Read more

Dave Clements Hoping to Go The Distance For Stoa School

Land's End to John o' Groats on Behalf of the Stoa School Dave Celements, a supporter of Stoa School, has been brave enough to volunteer to cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats to raise money for the school. Here are a few words from Dave's Virgin Money Giving page: 346Read more

Welcome to Our New Website

Welcome to the new Stoa School website. On 16th December 2015 we were delighted to launch our new website.  The new site allows us to receive donations online, as well as being able to provide updates on the progress of the school itself and ABA/VB as a whole. You will also find a resources section, where you'll find a number of useful links and reading materials, which we hope you will find useful. If you would like to suggest a resource to be added to the collection, please don't hesitate to get in touch or…Read more