Aspris has joined the Armed Forces Covenant to pledge support to those who serve, or have served, and the families of those working for the armed forces .
In recognition of the differing specialisms operating across Aspris Children's Services, we are delighted to now introduce two operational divisions in the UK – Aspris Education and Aspris Care, which will operate under the overall Aspris Children's Services banner.
Children and young people across our schools, colleges and homes have been getting creative recently after a competition was launched to inspire the final designs of the new behaviour icons for Aspris.
Aspris, the leading specialist education, residential care and healthcare provider, is pleased to announce that Sandcastle Care has now joined the group as a wholly owned division. The combined group will have annual revenues of over £200 million and will continue to be led by Trevor Torrington.
Staff at our Derbyshire children’s home are celebrating after recently being rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted for a sixth successive inspection.
Al Karamah Training Institute will provide hands-on learning experiences in eight key industries.
A former commercial trampoline studio in the town centre in Cwmbran has been converted into a purpose-built college for young people on the autistic spectrum.
A Preston specialist school for young people with developmental disabilities, including autism, has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, the education watchdog.
Oliver House School in Astley Village, Lancashire, for young people with autism, has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by the education regulator Ofsted
Ofsted praised Oliver House School for enabling pupils to “make outstanding progress”.