With over 37 years of experience in caring for those with autism, the Hesley Group understands what it takes to help young people achieve their full potential through having an outstanding autism education. The group runs two very different schools. Wilsic Hall is set in its own grounds in a rural setting while Fullerton House is urban-based, right in the heart of the community. Both establishments offer young people the right support and caring environment in which to grow. On Wednesday 10th October the Hesley Group is giving you the chance to visit either school and see for yourself.
Both of the Hesley Group’s specialist autism schools follow the National Curriculum at Key Stages 2, 3 and 4, offering only the very best in autism education. The years of experience, specialist teachers and trained staff, as well as outstanding facilities, come together to make them the most recognised autism education providers in the UK. And being able to see the schools in action will show you first hand the benefits of attending these great schools.
The open day in October allows visitors to experience either the Wilsic Hall or Fullerton House schools, take a tour of the facilities, speak with members of the team and meet parents of some of their current students. A number of staff will be available throughout the day, including speech and language therapists, clinical psychologists, behaviour analysts, teachers, care staff and the management team. Most importantly you can see just how a typical day runs within the autism schools and how the students spend their time.
The Hesley Group is looking forward to meeting potential new families and professionals, seeing the open day as a chance to share successes and individual stories, letting visitors see how their specialist autism education aims to discover each child’s talents and skills, and build on them.
For more information about Hesley Group's open day, visit http://www.hesleygroup.co.uk/