INDEPENDENT SPECIALIST SCHOOL
Established in 2016, Old Farm School is an independent specialist school providing education for young people aged between 11-19, set within a peaceful location near Kilton Thorpe in East Cleveland. The school offers a bespoke curriculum to meet the needs of young people with social, emotional and mental health and moderate learning difficulties.…
RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Established in 2009, Highfield is a beautiful property located in Brotton, Redcar and Cleveland. Highfield provides medium to long-term residential care for up to 4 young people aged between 9 - 17. Since opening. Highfield has an excellent reputation for delivering strong outcomes for young people and the outcome from the latest Ofsted…
RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Opened in 2014, Rigwood House is a stunning property set in substantial grounds near the picturesque village of Saltburn-by-sea. The home provides medium to long-term residential care for up to 5 young people between the ages of 9-17 and was rated as 'Good' by Ofsted at the latest inspection.
Highfield (North East) Ltd, trading as Halcyon, operate an independent specialist school and two residential homes for young people in the North East of England. Established in 2009, we have a strong track record of delivering high quality holistic care and education.
Each home offers medium to long term care for young people up to the age of 18 with the Old Farm School offering a bespoke curriculum to meet the needs of children and young people with social, emotional and mental health and moderate learning difficulties.
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"The children take part in a range of exciting activities, which helps their social development and their self-esteem. The staff encourage new opportunities, such as skiing and an educational trip to Barcelona. This gives the children and young people new experiences to enrich their learning and development. " - Ofsted (Highfield), November 2019
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