Rowden House School Prospectus 2020 2021 updated September …

Welcome to Rowden House School

The choice about which school to send your child to is an extremely important one for any parent or carer. We hope that this prospectus will provide you with the necessary information as to why Rowden House School could be the right place for your child. We provide individualised care and education programmes for children and young people aged 11 to 19 years, with se- vere learning disabilities and challenging behaviour.

Our Aims At Rowden House 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 progress.

We are able to offer a range of placement options including:

Ensuring consistency and continuity across both

Day Placements

• 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 Our facilities and collective knowledge and expertise enable us to guide our youngsters through long term programmes of formal and informal education and development. We encourage all our children to develop a positive self image, promoting their ability to express their personal preferences through informed choice. This develops confidence enabling people to realise their full potential and grow into happy and healthy adults. The only way to be sure about which school is right for your child is to see for yourself. Please contact the school to arrange a visit or ask any questions you may have.

educational and residential areas.

• Individualising programmes to suit the child’s needs and

ensuring progression.

Developing communication through a ‘total

communication’ approach.

• Improving undesirable behaviours with support from the

Psychology Department.

Self – evaluating progress on a continuous basis

‘Leaders have a clear view of the school’s overall effectiveness. They are rightly proud of their workforce and the outcomes that they secure for pupils.’

Education and care designed just for you

Martin Carter

Ofsted Education 2017

Head of Service

Updated September 2020

Created September 2016

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