With a dedicated team of staff, we aim to provide every young person with an individually tailored programme of education accredited by both ASDAN and Agored Cymru (Open College), care, work experience, leisure and life skills, whilst pursuing a career pathway in a mainstream college. Students receive training within the community to enable them to live as independently as possible and make their own life choices. Transition planning to and from our college is vital and students are assigned a key worker.All staff employed at Priory College South Wales are trained by management through induction and ongoing CPD in areas such as:
- Managing challenging behaviour
- Mental health
- Autism and Asperger Syndrome
- Safeguarding children and adults.
Our SaLT’s offer support to families in transactional planning that improves the young person’s all round communication skills and social relationships within the SCERTS framework. Staff working in our PEPI facility receives training in PECS, TEACCH and learn Makaton.
Our college embraces technology and iPads are ‘app ready’ for use. We also offer training to mainstream college staff once per year, during their CPD weeks. Our colleges also work with Autism Cymru, National Autistic Society and voluntary aided groups working in the area of autism.
Seeking a rewarding career?
By joining our team at Priory Education and Children’s Services, you will have the opportunity to help change the lives of the children and young people that we support. To explore our current job vacancies, please click here.
Key contact details
For general enquiries, please contact:
T: 01495 762 609
For the School Principal, please contact:
School Principal, Priory College South Wales
T: 01495 762 609