Welcome to Bladon House School
Bladon House School is an inspiring school for children and young people aged 5 to 19 years. We are at the forefront in our field of expertise of autism, communication disorders, moderate to severe learning difficulties and associated behavioural difficulties. Through our work we have also developed skills in achieving significant progress and successful outcomes for children and young people with Prader Willi Syndrome.
Our Ethos & Aims At Bladon House School we believe that every child has a right to live a fulfilling life and develop their full potential educationally, emotionally and physically through:
Establishing a safe and stable environment
• Providing a firm foundation for ongoing social and educational
As an independent special school we are registered and inspected by Ofsted and are able to offer flexible day and residential placements ranging from 38 to 52 weeks. Children and young people are placed with us from across the UK. We are also able to consider young people from overseas.
• Ensuring consistency and continuity across both educational
We are able to offer a range of placement options including:
and residential areas
• Individualising programmes to suit the child’s needs and
• 52 weeks residential – Full residential care; our sites are registered children ’ s homes • 38 week residential – Part time residential care • 39 to 51 week residential – where there is a need to provide additional residential support to meet the needs of the young person and their family
Developing communication through an ‘inclusive
We have an Inter - Disciplinary approach which ensures that individual needs are met and programmes developed to ensure that students are encouraged to attain to the very best of their ability.
Self – evaluating progress on a continuous basis
The only way to be sure about which school is right for your child is to visit yourself. Please contact us to arrange a visit or to ask any questions.
Shally Saleri - Palmer Head Teacher
‘The head teacher provides inspirat ional and support ive leadership. She is visible around the school and continuously available to support and encourage both staff and pupils.’
Ofsted Education 2016
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