We are delighted to announce “Apricity”, our new specialist Learning Disabilities and Autism division.
Apricity meaning ‘The warmth of the Sun in winter’.
This reflects the commitment we have to ensuring children in our care can achieve, manage their challenges and flourish as they develop into adulthood.
Our new exciting division offers specialist residential care and education for young people which is bespoke to their needs and provides them with the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
“All our young people are special and different and so is our approach to their education and care”.
Shavington Grange is an eight-bedded home for girls with learning disabilities, autism and associated behavioural needs.
Set in a beautiful rural location in the Shropshire countryside, Shavington Grange aims to improve young girl’s quality of life with personalised, integrated therapeutic care, supporting positive outcomes enabling them to achieve their full potential.
For further information on this home, please contact our Referrals Team on 01952 504715 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overton School is an independent day and residential school for boys and girls on the Autistic Spectrum who are between 11 and 18. Offering 12 residential places and 15 day places, this School is small enough to provide suberb individualised programmes of study whilst large enough to have a huge range of specialist teachers and offers a number of group activities.
The School operates 52 weeks of the year for residential placements; 39 weeks for day placements.
The Derwen School is an independent day and residential school for boys and girls with learning disabilities. Set alongside the campus of the highly respected Derwen College and making use of some of the College’s resources, this School is for boys and girls from 11 to 18 years of age.
The School operates 52 weeks of the year for residential pupils and 39 weeks for day pupils. The School can offer 33 residential places and 11 day places across the age groups.