Our schools and children’s homes provide unique, safe, and inspirational environments where young people can fully thrive and develop.
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This short video, filmed at our Lakeside School, provides a great example of the ethos and approach that all of our schools take to ensure they truly engage pupils in their learning and go on to realise amazing outcomes.
We have a range of specialist schools across the country.
What makes our children’s homes unique?
All of our children’s homes incorporate all aspects of a true home environment. Whether it’s home-cooked meals, fun days out, pocket money and birthday treats, we give our young people the best start in life.
We offer a complete package of 52-week residential care, in conjunction with our sector-leading schools, which allows children to realise both their academic and personal potential.
Our passionate, experienced and skilled care and therapy staff teams support each young person to develop their social and independence skills, which enables them to consistently achieve and develop.
Young people have their own en-suite rooms and all homes are furnished and equipped to the highest of standards.
Find out how we helped the Richardson Family by clicking the Play button.
Integrated therapeutic provisions
Our Integrated Therapeutic Learning Centres allow us to provide the same level of sector-leading education, therapeutic support and care for smaller groups of young people, all on one site.
There are extremely close links between the children’s home and the learning centre to ensure the best possible outcomes are achieved for each young person.
This approach mirrors that of a traditional children’s home and school relationship but considers the additional support required by young people with significant special educational needs.
Emergency & assessment placements
Our 52-week emergency placement and assessment centre offers a homely, caring and nurturing environment for up to five children and young people.
Our trauma centre, Elmbank comprises of both a learning centre and children’s home which accommodates up to five young people, all of whom are female and have experienced trauma.