Autism Accreditation

We are extremely proud to announce that St Rose’s and St Martin’s have been re-awarded Autism Accreditation status by the National Autistic Society, the UK’s leading charity for autistic people. We have now been part of the NAS accreditation programme for 6 years and have been an accredited setting since 2018.

In order to achieve accreditation against Autism Accreditation standards, we have to provide detiled and robust evidence that;

  • St Rose’s and St Martin’s has a specialised knowledge and understanding of autism
  • Our  knowledge and understanding of autism consistently informs the nursery, school and college, our resources and our management
  • Our  knowledge and understanding of autism consistently informs the assessment and support plan for our students
  • Our knowledge and understanding of autism consistently informs all aspects of our practice

The award was given in recognition of the excellent autism practice at St Rose’s and St Martin’s, including strong person centred planning and multidisciplinary team working. We would like to thank all of the staff, families and students who contributed in any way to this important and valuable accreditation. We should all be exceptionally proud of this achievement. Working together as a team to promote the best outcomes for our students is at the heart of what we do and this award is a true reflection of that.

Please click the link below to download the Autism Accreditation report.

Autism Accreditation Report

 

 

 

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Education

St Rose’s aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that offers stimulating opportunities appropriate to the needs of our students.

 

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Therapy

A team of experienced therapists are employed directly by the school to work alongside education and care staff. Collaborative therapy and sharing that knowledge is integral to the work of our school.

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Care

When a child or young person is happy, they have the best chance of progressing and achieving their goals. Ensuring that your child’s emotional needs are met is as important as their physical requirements.