Bladon House School - SENAD Group
Bladon House School specialises in 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.
We offer day and residential placements ranging from 38 to 52 weeks. We can also offer short breaks and extended days for young people placed with us. Each student has their own learning programme which meets each learners needs in an holistic way. Our aim is to support all of the young people in our care to find a way of life that suits them, achieve their maximum possible sense of physical and emotional well-being, be able to self-mange their behaviour and develop their independence skills.
Young people receive specialised input from experienced qualified teachers and care staff and an onsite Health Team including Speech and Language Therapists, an Occupational Therapist and a Physiotherapist.
We have an interdisciplinary team consisting of highly skilled and experienced education, care and therapy staff.
As part of their induction all staff undertake a comprehensive induction training programme which includes mandatory training. Staff are given additional training over their
probationary period which is specific to meeting the needs of the students. All staff working in Children’s Residential
services are supported to complete Diploma Level 3 Children and Young People’s Workforce. Registered Managers are supported to achieve Diploma Level 5 Leadership and
Management in Residential Services. Training is regularly refreshed and any improvements and alterations to best practice are cascaded throughout the school.
We have onsite Speech and Language Therapists and
Occupational Therapists. Our Occupational Therapists work with students to help them carry out the activities that they need or want to do in order to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. Our Speech and Language Therapists work with our students to give them skills to access learning, skills to function in society, motivation and confidence to
communicate and the ability to generalise their skills in new settings and environments. In addition the Therapists play an important role in the training of all staff. As part of induction new staff have an introduction into the therapy needs of the students. This is followed by further workshops in which staff develop knowledge, strategies and skills for working with specific areas of Speech and Language, appreciating sensory differences and managing students’ free time.
We also have a full time Health and Safeguarding Manager who oversees the well-being and health needs of students. This includes person centred planning, medication, health issues and mental health issues. We also have excellent links with the local GP practice, Dentist and Opticians in the local town.
In addition we have a Consultant Psychotherapist visits the school once a fortnight and a visiting team of Educational Psychologists are in the school once a week.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Bladon House School
Bladon House School
- South Derbyshire UK
- DE15 0TA
Bladon House School is located close to the town of Burton on Trent which has excellent facilities and transport links.
Time / Date Details
- Time of day
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday 08:30 15:30 Tuesday 08:30 15:30 Wednesday 08:30 15:30 Thursday 08:30 15:30 Friday 08:30 15:30 Saturday 08:30 15:30 Sunday 08:30 15:30
- Referral required
- Professional Referral
- Referral Details
If you are interested in your child having a place at the school. Please contact:
Group Referrals Manager
Tel: 01332 378 840
If we feel your child may benefit from a place at the school then we will request paperwork and arrange to carry out a Functional Behavioural Assessment of your child either in the home or in their current placement.
Once we have completed this you and professionals working with your child will be invited to visit the school. The young person will be give a student guide to tell them more about the school. The transition planning for your child will then take place.
- Other notes
Languages: English,makaton, PECS,
- Specific age range
- 5 - 19 Years
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