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Wilsic Hall School

Wadworth, Doncaster, DN11 9AG, South Yorkshire

01302 856382


enquiries@hesleygroup.co.uk

www.wilsichallschool.co.uk

Wilsic Hall School
School type Independent Specialist Residential School
Founded 1996
Special Needs ASD, ASP, AUT, CLD, DYSL, DYSP, GLD, LD, MLD, SCLD, SLD, SPLD
Head Geoff Turner
Date Appointed 2008
Co-ed Age Range 11-19
Number of pupils 32
Fees Available on request
Associations Hesley, NASEN, NASS, IABA

A specialist residential school offering flexible education and care, principally as a 52-week service with limited capacity for day placements, for young people aged 11-19, all of whom have complex needs including behaviour that may challenge and a learning disability, often in association with autism.

Wilsic Hall School is situated in its own 14-acre site approximately five miles south of Doncaster. Its central location provides easy access by road, rail or air. Our mission is to enhance the lives of the people entrusted to us by focusing on their specific needs, capabilities and aspirations.

Education: Each person has a carefully designed Individual Education Plan based on their specific needs in line with the National Curriculum, which supports their positive progress in a range of areas.

Extended learning: During evenings, weekends and school holidays a wide range of extra-curricular activities are on offer to ensure that people are fully engaged with stimulating and meaningful experiences both on and off-site.

Professional services: A dedicated team including carers, teachers, tutors, behaviour, communication and occupational therapy, psychology and other specialists ensure that each person has ready access to the services they require.

High-quality accommodation: Single person and small group occupancy of high-quality accommodation is provided at Wilsic Hall School. Each person has their own bedroom, the majority of which have en-suite bathrooms. We also have a range of on-site facilities to complement and enrich the lives of those who come to live and learn with us.

Keeping in contact: We understand that while we may offer a very positive option for the person, we may not be on your doorstep. Keeping in touch with loved ones is essential. Everyone has a plan to support optimum contact with family/carers and friends whether this be by phone, letter, email or Skype.