Specialist Education

Outcomes & Success

We understand that you will want your child to receive the best education and care that meets their needs and that's why we're proud that all of our schools, colleges and provisions have been rated a 'trusted provider' by Ofsted and CQC.

 

A combination of specialist education, person-centred therapeutic planning and measurement of progress can only result in the best outcomes for the people in our care.

 

We measure our student's progress in a number of different ways:

 

✓  National curriculum levels

✓  National accreditation achievement awards

✓  Individual Learning Plan Targets (ILP)

✓  Behaviour and social progress

✓  School based awards

✓  Economic well-being (financial skills/work experience)

✓  Being healthy

✓  Staying safe

✓  Enjoying life

✓  Positive contribution

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Ofsted Report 2017, Specialist Autism Residential School Testimonial Image

"Teachers, therapy staff and support staff all place each pupil's needs at the centre of their work. Because of an exceptional level of collaboration and high level of expertise among staff, students make outstanding progress."

Ofsted Report 2017, Specialist Autism Residential School

Foster Parent Suitability Questionnaire

Some basics to become a foster parent

Here are a few questions to help you discover whether fostering is right for you and what we need from our foster parents.

1. I have a spare bedroom for a foster child

2. I will be available to care for a child full time

3. I am over 25 years old

4. I have a stable, positive home to offer a child

5. I am a patient, resilient and understanding person

Foster Parent Suitability Questionnaire

Becoming a professional foster parent

We regard fostering as a profession. Therefore we'll treat you as a professional - we'll provide great pay, support and training. In return we expect our foster parents to provide a high standard of care for our children. 

I want a professional career in fostering and am happy to undertake ongoing training

Foster Parent Suitability Questionnaire

The challenges of fostering

Fostering is life changing and rewarding work. It can also be challenging at times but our foster parents tell stories of the great satisfaction they gain with our expert support. 

I understand that some children in fostering may have challenging behaviour due to the experiences they may have had

Foster Parent Suitability Questionnaire

Working as part of a team

As a foster parent we require you to work as part of the By the Bridge team but also with social workers, teachers and health workers to help support the child.

I am able to talk and listen to young people, aswell as working part of a team to help support them