The Longitude Explorer Prize is a scheme run by innovation foundation, Nesta and supported by technology company, IBM. The scheme has been set-up to challenge young people to come up with ideas that use the Internet of Things (IoT), devices connected via the internet to improve the well-being and health issues of people in the UK.
Southlands School win the Longitude Explorer Prize 2017
Cambian Pengwern College reach for the stars
Earlier this month Cambian Pengwern College’s Young Enterprise Team ‘Pengwern Planters’ received the fantastic news that they had won ‘Team of the Year 2017’ at the All Wales Finals in Cardiff and then found out they had won the UK Team Presentation Award, which was going to be presented to them at the British Film Institute in London.
Cambian Scarborough School head to the church on time
Cambian Scarborough School is an independent, DfE-registered, co-educational day school, providing specialist education for up to 18 students, aged 8 – 18 years.
Jack from Cambian Home Tree School does his bit for the community
Jack*, one of our young people from Cambian Home Tree School has been keeping very busy with all sorts of extra-curricular activities.
“Whilst we are proud of our track record, we are equally proud of our culture of continuous improvement. We listen to our young people, their families, to our staff and work closely with local authorities, independent inspectors and regulators to identify best practice and best practice for learning.”Anne Marie Carrie, COO of The Cambian Group
We offer a differentiated and integrated education and care model focusing on children with high severity needs across three divisions: residential education, specialist education and therapeutic fostering