Our OFSTED Inspections
One of our care homes has been judged by OFSTED as ‘Outstanding in all areas’. The home was judged over six consecutive inspections and represents an outstanding achievement, being one of only 15 care homes in the entire country to have achieved the highest standard that OFSTED award.
We anticipate that all of our homes will also be recognised. All our homes use the same paperwork systems and operate using best practice principles. We operate to exceed the national minimum standards.
We provide care based on the ‘Every Child Matters’ framework using attachment theory and use therapeutic parenting styles.
Ofsted have rated us as ‘Outstanding’ in all areas, their 2010 reports concluded that:
“The home continues to provide an excellent standard of care to the young people who have complex needs”
“Young people receive outstanding care across all outcomes of Every Child Matters”
“Young people receive excellent support from care staff and a wide range of specialist professionals within the organisation regarding their health and emotional well-being. There are several examples where staff and the organisation have worked beyond their expected responsibilities to ensure as much support as possible is offered to young people”.
“Staff are highly motivated, resourceful and proactive”.
“Feedback from young people, staff and placing authorities is all very positive about individual support, education and activities provided”.
“It is clear that young people’s views and opinions are valued”.
“Relationships between staff and young people are warm and respectful”.
“Management and staff show excellent commitment and awareness in ensuring young people are safeguarded”. Young people say they feel safe at the home and staff protect them”.
“The service takes a multi –agency approach to behaviour management, liaising with the organisation’s and external professionals ensuring methods used are as effective as possible”. “The service also completes and reviews very thorough risk assessments to ensure young people’s welfare and safety is maintained at all times”.
“Young people accommodated in this home are provided with first class care and education driven by competent management and leadership and an intelligible rationale”.
“The promotion of equality and diversity is excellent”.
“Young people benefit from a competent staff team who have a wide range of experience. Skills within the team are very well matched for the needs of young people”.
“Young people receive an individual service in the setting designed to meet their personal needs. Staff have good knowledge of the young people they are working with, ensuring their needs are consistently met”.
R.B. Ofsted 2010