Your search returned 13 results.
Meldreth Manor supports children and young people age 6-18 years who have complex learning difficulties and is one of the few schools in the country that is also able to support complex health needs and associated difficulties. These may be as a result of conditions such as cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, degenerative conditions or autism requiring a specialist approach.
Young people may have multiple disabilities, including sensory and physical impairments and benefit from specialist facilities designed to meet their needs. The highly skilled team of teaching, care and clinical staff take a holistic approach that considers physical, emotional, social, sensory and educational needs within a waking day curriculum.
The support provided enables each young person to engage and progress at their own level within a living and learning environment that is all about enriching individual lives and helping everyone to achieve their full potential as they reach adulthood.
Our aim is quite simple, to empower young people to grow in their own unique and inspiring way.
Orchard Manor offers a supportive living and learning environment for young adults who have complex learning difficulties and is one of the few services in the country that is also able to support those with complex health needs and associated difficulties. These may be as a result of conditions such as cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, degenerative conditions or autism requiring a specialist approach.
The young people may have multiple disabilities, including sensory and physical impairments and benefit from specialist facilities designed to meet their needs.
We are a ‘special’ school in so many different ways; we pride ourselves on providing a nurturing, supportive and low stress environment to help our students learn to manage their behaviours and make good social and academic progress.
The session provides rest bite care for families with children/young people with special educational
needs and/or disabilities. The provision aims to offer a more socially focussed service offer than that of school to allow the children and young people more free choice within the meaningful activities we offer. The outcomes we work towards are those of social interaction, development of life skills and positive experiences through a range of varied activities.
The types of activities we offer include:
Sports & Active Play
Arts & Crafts
Cooking & baking
Social Play (computers, video games, pool table)
Trips & Visits
Special Events (seasonal)
The participants experience a wide range of engaging activities within the categories listed above. All activities are assessed to be inclusive and fit for purpose for the participants needs.
In Grange Academy we aim to respect, value and appreciate our students, parents, staff and governors and the contribution they make to the life of the school. Our main purpose is to educate, support and encourage our students to fulfil their learning potential and achieve a level of independence and maturity which will enable them to embrace the opportunities and challenges of adult life in the 21st century. We are committed to putting children first.
The school has a set of statements regarding our ethos and culture – these are available on request.
We believe everyone has the right to education, so we take a high-quality school environment and deliver it via the internet. Nisai is the only online provider in the UK to have a full Ofsted inspection, achieving a grading of ‘Good’. We provide live online classes taught by qualified subject-specific teachers across the country for students studying Key Stage 3, 4 or 5. Our goal is to ensure that every student can complete their education and gain accredited academic and vocational qualifications such as Functional Skills, GCSEs and A Levels.
On Track aims to enable young people to:
- Experience positive achievement and success in the learning environment
- Acquire diverse skills and knowledge in preparation for adult life
- Develop a positive desire to learn constructively and effectively throughout life
Sarah is a qualified special needs teacher and for the last five years has been studying Animal Assisted Therapy. The Society for Companion Animal Studies explains that Animal Assisted Therapy is facilitated by health service professionals; such as therapists, teachers and nurses. AAT is goal-directed. There are a range of focus areas that can be developed with the use of AAT including, physical, social, emotional and mental health. Animal assisted therapists formally plan and monitor sessions. Goals are discussed with key professionals and/or parents (these can be linked to EHCPlans) and individual plans are designed. Detailed feedback is provided. These sessions last an hour and usually range from 6-12 sessions, depending on the client’s needs.
Sarah has taken part in rigorous training, by a leader in the field, Dr Risë VanFleet and is now a Certified Professional Practitioner in Animal Assisted Play Therapy™, one of few in the UK.
Ridgeway School is a maintained special school situated in Bedford Borough. It is a school for children with a physical disability, medical needs and associated learning difficulties. The children have a wide range of Special Educational Needs in addition to their physical or medical conditions, including communication difficulties and visual and hearing impairments.
Currently, with the exception of a few children on assessment placements, all pupils have a Statement of Special Educational Need. (From September 2014 the statementing process will change and all children will have an Education Health Care Plan).
Our aim is to provide high quality education in a supportive and caring environment which promotes and enhances the all round development of our children through the provision of inclusive, individualised and motivating learning opportunities.