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Testimonials

"Thank you all for your unwavering support and guidance"

“Can I once again thank you all for your unwavering support and guidance with Lawrence*. I can rely on any member of staff to reply promptly every time I send an email or message. We consider ourselves extremely lucky that Lawrence is attending your school.

Family life has been transformed! Despite the odd wobble, Lawrence enjoys coming to school and it's still a novelty for me to see him practically skipping down the garden path each morning to the waiting taxi! Gone are the days at his old school when we couldn't even get him out of bed each day, let alone get him through the school doors!”

Parent of a student 

"You've managed to get him cooking!"

“Somehow you've managed to get him cooking! Oh how I've longed for the day when he would cook or bake with me. He was flipping pancakes for breakfast with me the other day. His cooking lessons have also meant that he has tried a few new foods, something that he's been reluctant to do at home.”

Parent of a student

"Changed in so many ways"

“Since his time with you, Usman* has changed in so many ways. He has been learning about his ASD and how this can affect him. This helps him to express his needs more easily - he also understands his sensory issues more, which helps him address them.”

Parent of a student

"That's real progress!"

“I am very proud of Mark*, he managed fantastically and actually made the choice himself that he was well enough to come back full time today. Something I never thought I would hear from Mark. That's real progress!”

Parent of a student

“We are very grateful"

“We are very grateful to you all for your understanding. It is having a positive effect on Chris* already – he is opening up about his feelings & trusting you guys to help him resolve issues.”

Parent of a student

*Names changed to protect student's identity