Our Therapeutic Schools

Helping Students Grow and Shine

Our specialist schools empower young people to fulfil their potential where we believe in a holistic approach when educating and supporting young people. Being a part of Educ8 means we are part of a quality, therapeutically-led organisation where there is close co-operation between clinical, care and education professionals.


Our schools support young people to achieve their aspirations, no matter what their challenges may be where we believe that every young person deserves the right education and support education that equips them for a brighter future.

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Austen House School

Austen House is a registered independent school catering for a maximum of four students, aged 11-18 providing full-time education. Based in Lancashire, it is a Gang and Radicalisation Intervention Program (GRIP) school that provides a high standard of education for young people whose early childhood trauma has led them to being vulnerable and at risk of being criminally exploited.

Lead Teacher

Diana Nickson

Latest Ofsted Reports

Austen House School May 2022

Austen House School Nov 2021

Austen House School Mar 2019

Statutory Policies

Admissions Policy

Anti Bullying Policy

Behaviour Policy

Complaints Policy 

Curriculum Policy

First Aid Policy

Health & Safety Management Policy

Safeguarding Policy

SEN Policy

Other Useful Policies

Attendance Policy 

GDPR Policy

Pupil Exclusion Policy

Risk Assessment Policy

Teaching and Learning Policy 

Timetable

Austen House School Timetable

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Bridge House School

Bridge House School - opening soon!

Bridge House School is an independent school catering to a maximum of 36 students, aged 11 – 18 providing full-time education. Based in Greater Manchester, it is a school that provides a high standard of education for the young pupils with ASD and SEMH.


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education for the young pupils with ASD and SEMH.

Head Teacher

TBC

Latest Ofsted Reports

To follow

Statutory Policies

Admissions Policy

Anti Bullying Policy

Behaviour Policy

Complaints Policy

Curriculum Policy

First Aid Policy

Health & Safety Management Policy

Safeguarding Policy

SEN Policy


Other Useful Policies

Attendance Policy

Pupil Exclusion Policy

Risk Assessment Policy

Teaching and Learning Policy 

Timetable

Bridge House School Timetable

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Carla House School

Registered with Estyn, Carla House School is as an independent education facility providing full time education for a maximum of four female students aged 11-18 years. Located in Wrexham, Carla House is a specialsit therapeutic school that supports children and young people who have suffered from Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

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Endeavour House School

Endeavour House School is located in Lancashire, It is registered with Ofsted as an independent school offering full time education for up to six students aged 11-18 years. Students attending Endeavour House School have been or are at risk of being involved in gangs and/or at risk of radicalisation as well as encountering Emotional and Behavoural Difficulties (EBD).

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Grace House School

Grace House School is located in the beautiful Shropshire countryside and provides full time education for a maximum of four female students aged 11-18 years. Grace House is registered as an independent school for female young people who have been at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

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Hope House School

Located in Lancashire, Hope House School is part of our Gang and Radicalisation Intervention Program (GRIP) service. Hope House is registered as an independent school with Ofsted, providing full time education for a maximum of five male students aged 11-18 years.

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Jefferson House School

Jefferson House School provides full time education for a maximum of six male students aged 11-18 years. Located in Lancashire, Jefferson House is registered as an independent school with Ofsted and provides students who may have experienced Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) with bespoke education to cater for their individual needs.

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Lawrence House School

Lawrence House is a Gang & Radicalisation Intervention Program (GRIP) school based in Lancashire that provides a high standard of education for up to four young men aged 11-18 years. Typically students attending Lawrence House School will have experienced early childhood trauma that has led them to being vulnerable and at risk of being criminally exploited.

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Lincoln House School

Located in Lancashire, Lincoln House School provided full time education for a maximum of six male students, aged 11-18 years. The specialsit therapeutic education facility is registered as an independent school with Ofsted for children and young people who have been exposed to harmful sexual behaviour (HSB).

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Nightingale House School

Nightingale House School is located in
West Yorkshire and provides full time education for a maximum of four female students aged 11-18 years. Nightingale House is registered with Ofsted as an independent school for children who have been exposed to child sexual exploitation (CSE).

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Poplar House School

Planned to open in March 2022, Poplar House School will be registered with Ofsted as an independent school providing full time education for a maximum of 18 students aged 11-18 years. Based in Lancashire, Poplar House School will support children and young people with Social, Emotional, Mental Health (SEMH) and highly functioning autistic needs.

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The Retreat School

The Retreat School is a specialist
education facility located in Shropshire for children and young people who may have suffered Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). Registered with Ofsted as an independent school, it provides full time education for a maximum of four students, aged 11-18 years.

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Rosa House School

Registered with Ofsted as an independent school, Rosa House provides full time education for a maximum of five students aged 11-18 years. Located in Lancashire, Rosa House School provides students with a bespoke education and learning that is centred around the individual.

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Teresa House School

Teresa House School offers a warm and friendly therapeutic environment with outstanding specialist support for children and young people who may have been exposed to child sexual exploitation (CSE). Located in Gwynedd, Wales, it is registered as an independent school catering with Estyn, it provided full time education for a maximum of four female students, aged 11-18 years.

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Springfield House School

Located in Lancashire and registered with Ofsted, Springfield House School provides a specilaist therapeutic learning environment for children and young people aged 8-18 years who have been diagnosed with, and are in the assessment phase of autism and/or learning disabilities.

 

Key to school types

HSB - Harmful Sexual Behaviour

CSE - Child Sexual Exploitation

EBD - Eomtional and Behavoural Difficulties

GRIP - Gang and Radicalisation Intervention Program

LD - Learning Difficulties

SEMH - Social, Emotional, Mental Health and highly functioning autistic children