What We Do

We take every possible step to ensure that our Children are able to enjoy their interests, develop their self esteem and confidence in their skills and that they are supported and encouraged by our team to engage in a variety of activities.  Children develop their emotional, intellectual, social creative and physical skills through the accessible and stimulating environment created by our homes and are encouraged to pursue therir individual interests and hobbies.

​Children and young people in residential childcare feel that it is important that they are given a choice of fun and varied activities and the opportunity to try out new things – this may be activities within the home such access to Wi-Fi, up to date computer games and consoles, televisions and gardens or activities outside of the home such as day trips, holidays, cinema & theme park trips and just being able to make friends and spend time with them (Children’s Social Care Questionnaires, Ofsted 2015)

We work within the Beaufort Care Groups CARES framework to deliver care and support to our young people. We believe that by combining all these elements young people will achieve positive and sustainable outcomes.