Education and Local Authorities and Trusts
We’re specialists in working with vulnerable people who have very complex behavioural, emotional, social, learning or physical needs – and often a combination of these. Through our estate of independent day and residential special schools across the country, we provide unique learning environments and education for people with additional needs.
Our schools provide structured, nurturing and safe learning settings where pupils can access a broad, balanced and engaging curriculum to meet their significant needs. Our schools fall broadly into two categories: those that care for pupils who experience social, emotional and mental health challenges (SEMH), and those offering specialist care and education for individuals on the autistic spectrum (ASC), usually combined with other learning difficulties.
We invest in the best staff, facilities and equipment, sharing learning and best practice across our schools. Our staff are empowered to do what they do best – namely, enhancing the daily lives of the individuals they educate and care for.
Our aim is simple: to work with those entrusted to us to help them achieve their potential and make their way in the world. Our expert teachers, support workers and specialists work within designated environments tailored towards ensuring students make progressive improvements.
We monitor the progress of our students carefully, making adjustments to individual development plans as needed, empowering them to achieve their potential.