Welcome from the Head Teacher

Our aim at Meadow View Learning Centre it to help our young people feel safe and happy within their learning environment. We strive to create a timetable and curriculum that meets the individual needs of each pupil and helps break down barriers to learning. This enables them to achieving their full potential as they grow and develop a true sense of identity, as well as a mind-set that is positively focused on success

The excellent facilities on offer, both on our site and in the wider community, enable pupils to access a range of meaningful learning experiences which encourage them to explore the world around them. Our highly trained specialist staff offer high levels of support and encourage pupils to become independent, productive members of society.

We are here to help parents, carers, social workers and local authorities in their search for the right provision for young people. If you feel that you would like to know more or to arrange a visit please don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Darius Robinson

We are committed to the following principles:

To respect the value of all individual pupils and staff
To provide the highest standards of care and education
To ensure safety, security and opportunities for success

Aims and Ethos

We are committed to providing our pupils with a caring, positive and welcoming learning environment where they can achieve their full potential in their education and develop their social communication.

Our broad curriculum allows pupils to pursue both academic and vocational paths allowing individuals to strive in their areas of strength.

Our offer

Our Integrated Therapeutic Offer allows us to provide sector leading standards of education, therapeutic support and care for small groups of young people, all on one site. This approach mirrors that of a traditional children’s home and school relationship, but considers the additional support required by young people with significant special educational needs. The young people will live in a children’s home located on-site. These purpose built homes provide an extremely high quality living experience for young people.

We offer a complete package of residential care, in conjunction with our on-site learning centre, that consistently allows children to realise their potential, both academically and socially. Each young person is closely supported throughout their school day and home life. There are strong links between the children’s home and learning centre to ensure the best possible outcomes are achieved for each young person and that all of their social, educational and therapeutic needs are met. The unique characteristic of an integrated provision is the delivery of ‘wrap around’ care, education and therapy to all young people, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Our learning centre at a glance

A well trained staff team, across both education and care, with high staffing ratios providing specialist care and support through planned programmes
A comprehensive learning centre with a range of specialist teaching facilities equipped with state of the art technological resources to engage young people and develop skills and confidence
A purpose built, high quality children’s homes, all with en-suite facilities and a range of reception/living areas, furnished and equipped to the highest standards
A Highly personalised, structured curriculum with a full range of nationally accredited qualifications including GCSEs and vocational qualifications
On-site Therapeutic Services Team that includes an Accredited Counsellor, Consultant Child Psychiatrist, Educational Psychologist, and a Speech and Language Therapist

We are part of Witherslack Group

We are proud to be part of Witherslack Group, the leading provider of inspirational education and care to children and young people, resulting in life changing experiences and countless stories of success.

Witherslack Group provide specialist education and care for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties (autistic spectrum conditions; Asperger’s Syndrome; speech, language and communication needs), ADHD and complex learning needs.