NAS Robert Ogden School
The National Autistic Society
Type of service: Assessment, Day schools, Residential schools, Schools, Short breaks
The NAS Robert Ogden School aims to provide that each child: will receive teaching of the highest quality which includes autism-specific techniques; learn in an appropriately safe and stimulating environment; be encouraged to aim for high standards in their own learning and achievement; benefit from good communication between home and school; learn good behaviour and attitudes so that they can make a positive contribution to school life; study a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum; learn in a caring and cared for environment; be given support in their learning at all times; and be part of a healthy school. We further aim to teach our children the skills they need to live as independently as possible in the future. Older students will have their own bank account, learn to travel on public transport, look after the home, shop and budget. The teaching staff is supported by a Senior Educational Psychologist, Assistant Psychologist, Speech and Language Therapists, Behaviour Coordinators, and Occupational Therapist. The school seeks to offer all children an environment in which they can expect to have their values and views respected and listened to. The school uses the Structure, Positive approaches and expectations, Empathy, Low arousal, Links (SPELL) framework. Parents are welcomed to participate in the education of their child, and links with parents are reviewed regularly. Volunteers may be accepted. Our residential services include 52 week, termly, 38 week and short breaks - both term time and in the holidays..
Age: From age 5 to 19
Aimed at: Adolescent , Child , Young person
Gender: All genders
Registrations & Approaches
Specialisms: Exclusively autism specific
The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for autistic people. Since 1962, we’ve been transforming lives, changing attitudes and helping to create a society that works for autistic adults and children. We transform lives by providing support, guidance and practical advice for the 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK, as well as their three million family members and carers
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Lorraine Dormand - Principal
Clayton Lane, Thurnscoe, South Yorkshire, S63 0BG