The relationships, routines and environments are personalised, adapted to help children and young people to develop behaviours for learning, engage with their education, build self-confidence and cultivate ambition and aspiration.
Here is a list of some of the major training and qualifications that all staff working with our young people complete as standard:
Some of our amazing colleagues also have the opportunity to work towards the following major training and qualifications:
St. John’s School provides excellent learning and recreational environments, including:
St. John’s offers an inclusive environment for young people, with a diagnosis of autism and other needs, whose learning, social, emotional and/or communication difficulties are too complex for many mainstream educational settings to support.
Many children and young people at St. John’s have complex diagnoses – their needs do not always fit into a single or simple diagnosis, and therefore all C&YP are assessed, and their programmes individually designed to meet their specific needs.
St. John’s supports a wide range of young people with additional and specific needs, such as Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA Society Website) and other complex needs.
In particular, we support young people from 7-19 who may: