Bladon House School Prospectus 20202021 Updated October 20

Living at Bladon

Living at Bladon House School is all about becoming the person you want to be!

‘Thorough preparation enables children to settle quickly when they move in. a parent said: ‘The research and thought put in, in advance of the placement, was fantastic. It enabled her to settle in so quickly. When I read the care plan, it was spot on. It captured exactly what she is like and needs’.

Our care teams create safe and nurturing homes to help you become more independent, develop your communication skills and life skills and make sure you have fun!

Ofsted Care 2018

We have six mixed gender homes that offer an environment where young people can relax and have friends over to visit. Each home has between three and seven bedrooms, a communal lounge and kitchen. Some of the rooms have en - suite bathroom facilities. Young people are encouraged to personalise their rooms and will be consulted in all aspects of the running of the house. Each young person will have a Key Worker that helps then to write their care plan. This plan will be person centred around the young persons needs so that we can help them find a way of life that suits them. The Key Worker will have be an important link with families and will encouraged the young person to attend reviews to discuss their achievements and progress. We encourage young people to develop interests and take part in hobbies and activities that their enjoy. Each home has a Manager and three Team Leaders, who are supported by the Senior Care Leadership team. We work in partnership with other professionals in the school to ensure that individual learning and therapy programmes are supported through a 24 hour curriculum. This team is know as the Team Around the Child (TAC). For those young people who benefit from the oversight of a Psychiatrist we have a service level agreement with the local CAHMS service and a Consultant Psychiatrist holds a clinic in the school on a monthly basis. Psychotherapy is also available.

Most children are making good progress in all areas of their lives. A parent said: ‘She is really benefiting from the 24 hour curriculum. Her ability to sit and concentrate and her tolerance of noisy places have really improved.’

Ofsted Care 2018

‘ Children learn independent living skills. A young person said: ‘ I have been learning to look after myself, doing laundry, cleaning and shopping. ’ This helps children to successfully move into adulthood. ’

Ofsted Care 2018

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