Over the Easter school holidays, significant strides will be made towards the construction of what we’re calling our brand-new Family Care ‘Therapeutic Village.’
The village will comprise three hand-built fully serviced and insulated ‘pods’ clad with wood, complimented outside by a decked area with pergola, water feature, picnic benches, raised beds and outdoor lighting and speakers. The pods will provide an office for our fabulous therapist Kerry Robertson, a brand new ‘reflection room’ for the use of all pupils at Access and a state of the art, fully equipped therapy room where planned therapy sessions can take place.
Phil Williamson, Co-Owner of Family Care said, “This is a significant investment for us as an organisation and one we’re extremely happy to be making. Sarah (Head Teacher) and the Access School team have earned a brilliant reputation for themselves and I congratulate them on what they’re achieving with the pupils at Access School."
Sarah Earing, Head Teacher at Access said, “Therapy underpins all of Family Care’s services and is so important at Access School. We are very lucky to have Kerry (our therapist) based onsite to support and guide staff and pupils where required. One of our key goals is to provide outstanding therapeutic support in an effective learning environment.”
Follow the build on our Facebook page where we'll be posting regular photos - great initially if you like diggers and concrete!
You can find out more about Access School here or by all means get in touch with us!
Sarah Earing – Head Teacher
David Page - Deputy Head Teacher
Di Edwards & Jayne Fowles – School Secretaries