Dawn House School is committed to the highest quality education, therapy and care for pupils with speech, language and communication difficulties or Asperger’s Syndrome. We aim to provide a language enriched environment which is the product of collaboration between members of our multidisciplinary team and we offer the following services to ensure the best possible outcomes for our pupils.

Occupational Therapy

There is one full time Occupational Therapist at Dawn House School and two OT assistants. The OT works within some curriculum lessons, e.g. literacy, PE and with some individual pupils on more focused, intensive work.

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Family Support

The school has its own full time Family and Community Liaison Worker.  The Family and Community Liaison Worker visits all families before the pupil is admitted to the school and is the key link between home and school.

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Residential Care

Residential Care at Dawn House School aims to ensure the emotional and physical well-being of our pupils. The work of the care staff supports the work of the day school staff into the extended curriculum.

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Speech and Language Therapy

Speech and language therapy at Dawn House School is delivered through a collaborative, curriculum-based model of therapy.  This aims to ensure that the pupil’s speech and language targets are embedded in their learning across a range of settings in the school.

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Medical Arrangements

In order to ensure that the health and medical needs of our pupils are met at school we have a medical officer, who co-ordinates all matters relating to the health and medical needs of the pupils.

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Keeping Safe

Dawn House School is committed to providing a safe and secure environment. The school has also achieved the “Healthy Schools Gold Award”.

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