Welcome to Acorn House
Children who access the residential unit are identified as having additional social, emotional and mental health difficulties which can prevent them fully accessing their learning and gaining wider social experiences. Children who attend the unit are supported to develop morning and bedtime routines which present them as refreshed and ready for their school day. The care staff team support children to develop their personal hygiene skills and gain independence in this area.
Children are supported to develop both positive peer relationships alongside respectful adult relationships. They are taught values and boundaries which related to societal rules to promote socially acceptable behaviours in a diversity of settings. The residential links with teachers, parents / carers and agencies to deliver a package of support which further promotes the child’s learning. Most of the development of children’s social skills is achieved through play and engaging in community participation.
If you would like to speak to a member of the Acorn House staff team call us on 01325 372244.
Acorn House Booklet
Acorn House News
September 2018 – July 2019
- Acorn News Christmas 2019
- Acorn News – Summer 2019
- Acorn News – Easter 2019
- Acorn News – Christmas 2018
September 2017 – July 2018
- Acorn House News – Summer 2018
- Acorn House News – Spring 2018
- Acorn House News – Christmas 2017
- Acorn House News – Autumn 2017
You can view the minutes from our Children’s meetings on our website.
You can a view a list of our current projects by clicking the links below:
Acorn House Gallery