Our innovative, independent, specialist residential schools, day schools and children's homes across England help young people to thrive, flourish and reach their full academic and personal potential. We support young people living with social, emotional and mental health challenges, autism and specific learning difficulties which may affect their behaviour.
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A day in the life of Jenna, who attends Arc School Old Arley. Follow how we have learnt so much about what autism is like for her...........
We love to promote creativity and an entrepreneurial drive with our children and young people.
Arc School Ansley, Kedleston Group News
Congratulations to Hilary Cowperthwaite from Wings School Cumbria!
Wings School Cumbria, Kedleston Group News
Arc School Oakbridge have had a fantastic opportunity to sponsor the local Wyrley Juniors...
Arc School Oakbridge, Kedleston Group News
The Kedleston Group is proud to announce the launch of Mill School Bury which will be a specialist independent school in the North West. The school will offer places to children and young people across Greater Manchester and Lancashire.
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Kedleston Group is celebrating becoming a teenager. The group turned 13 in May 2019 and there will be a year-long celebration.
The group is one of the UK’s leading specialist education providers and has supported hundreds of young people in its 12 specialist residential and day schools and children’s homes across England.
Kedleston Group supports young people with social, emotional and mental health challenges as well as those with an autism spectrum condition and complex support needs.
“Brookways is so autism-friendly and has a fantastic feeling.”
“There is understanding that every child learns in a different way.”
I live close to the school in Old Arley and went to their Christmas Fayre today. I have had no involvement with the school before and only saw any children when they delivered the Christmas cards, which I thought was a lovely gesture. I just want to say how impressed I was with the boys and girls and the staff. Everyone was so polite and seemed to be having so much fun. I realise the fayre was mostly for the children's families but as a close neighbour I am grateful to have been invited and glad to have joined in. Thank you and well done.
"You have got a good measure of our child and we really like your straightforward, no-nonsense approach with her. Our child responds well to such consistent and firm boundaries. We are sure they will do well with you all at High Peak. Thank you."