Our schools and homes support children and young people living with social, emotional and mental health problems and specific learning difficulties, which affects their learning and ability to do everyday things. Our three dedicated Autism day schools work with young people who are high functioning and have associated needs such as mental health problems, attention deficit hyperactive disorder and learning difficulties.
Our schools follow the National Curriculum and we have a strong educational focus in our schools and homes to give young people the very best start in life. We understand that we are the start of the pathway for young people and we support them to build the foundations for their future. We look at the needs of each individual young person and finding the right educational and residential option for them.
For many of our young people their previous experience in education has been a negative one, so we aim to offer a positive reintroduction to school, to re-ignite a passion for learning and achieving. They can safely redevelop a sense of identity and belonging in our schools and homes.
We provide therapeutic and holistic approaches alongside our education, to ensure we meet the full needs of each young person. Our homes work all year round to provide young people with a caring family environment, many of who will have had previous placement breakdowns and not experience the care and support they deserve. We offer a nurturing approach but also ensure boundaries and structure are in put place to provide children and young people with the ability to learn, flourish and be happy.