We’re consistently investing in our campus to ensure it has modern resources that are fit for purpose for our day learners that encourage learning, well-being, and a little bit of fun.
Our hydrotherapy pool is a popular choice with our learners as it provides many therapeutic benefits as well as the opportunity to relax and have fun. The warmth of the water allows muscles to relax and eases joint pain, enabling learners to experience a range of movements and light exercise.
A therapeutic space providing calm and focus to prepare individuals for learning and interacting with others. Our sensory spaces are specially designed to combine a range of stimuli for our learners to develop and engage all the senses, through ambient lighting, colours, sounds, sensory objects, and aromas.
Rebound is a form of exercise therapy using a full sized trampoline that provides opportunities for movement, therapeutic positioning, exercise and recreation. Our therapy teams are fully trained on its use and delivery.
Our vast outdoor space provides an excellent context for learning, helping us discover the world around us, encouraging physical activity, freedom and movement. We recognise that outdoor learning is a benefit to physical and mental wellbeing.
MODERN, ASSISTIVE TECH
We offer a range of assistive technology to benefit and aid in communication, interaction and learning. We have onsite assistive tech specialists to help us get the full use of modern tools such as voice output communication aids (VOCA), eye gaze and a variety of adapted switches.
SPEECH & LANGUAGE THERAPY
Our speech and language specialists provide ongoing development for young people with challenges in communication, helping learners not only understand communication but to find their own voice too.
OUR COMMUNITY, FRIENDS & PARTNERS
We see community partnerships as a key element in inclusion and work with organisations such as, Project Ability, Indepen-DANCE, Matilda Brown Music, Inscape Music Therapy, as well as local schools. These partnerships enhance learning experiences and offer the opportunity to build friendships.
Through physiotherapy, we work to decrease pain, improve movement, gain strength and motion through targeted exercise, adaptive play, training and coordination activities
Paediatric occupational therapy applies specialist approaches and techniques to maximise a child’s engagement and independence across all areas of their life. Our approaches include components of upper limb therapy, sensory and movement, and behavioural interventions and fun play which is essential to our learners.
We are proud to offer opportunities for wider achievement through the Duke of Edinburgh Award, Sports Leaders and much more.