2004, when our residential service for children commenced,
our quality rating has reflected consistency and improvements. The current quality ratings for each of our homes is good.
We have been successful in:
Our last three Ofsted Reports
- Rehabilitating young people back home with their family.
- Preparing and sucessfully seeing children transition to foster care.
- Prepare children to successfully and seamlessly leave residential care and move to Supported Living.
- Enabled children to progress in their development of speech, personal hygiene and Life Skills.
- Creating a homely and friendly atmosphere for the children.
- Organise a basket of activities that enables children
to participate in social and recreational events specifically organised
for people with disabilities.
- Building a stable staff team with experience and skills that are matched to the needs of the children.
- Monitoring on an on-going basis the quality of our service, making adjustments as needed.
- Maintaining a good quality rating from the two annual unannounced inspections by Ofsted.
Each year, Ofsted carries out a minimum two unannounced inspections (of one full inspection and one
interim inspection). At inspection, an evaluation of the effectiveness
of the children's home, a check of compliance with the regulations and
performance against the national minimum standards is done. The
framework used for inspections is updated from time to time.