Education is at the forefront of our services providing opportunities for children and young people to achieve success in a range of learning opportunities. We link the majority of our learning to appropriate qualifications to increase each young person’s sense of self-worth; we celebrate all success and effort daily, weekly and in celebratory events.

Each school is unique in that it offers specialist teaching and learning for its students on an individual basis which means that class sizes are small and progress is outstanding. Our Schools are registered with the Department of Education and inspected by OFSTED.

Smallbrook School is an independent day school for boys and girls with challenging behaviours. It is registered for Key Stages 2, 3, 4 and 5 meaning we can take placements for pupils from 7 to 18 years.

 

The School can accommodate 50 students the majority of whom will live in Bryn Melyn Care’s own Children’s Homes although some day places are available to Local Authorities for direct placements.

Overton School is an independent day and residential school for boys and girls on the Autistic Spectrum who are between 10 and 18. Offering  15 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 10 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 38 residential places and 12 day places across the age groups.