Fullerton House SchoolProspectus 2012/2013A specialist residential school, offering flexible education and care for up to 52 weeks per year,for young people aged 8–19, all of whom have complex needs, including behaviour that maychallenge and a learning disability, often in association with autism.Specialist provider for young people and adults with autism and other complex needs
HesleyGroup|2Established in 1975, the HesleyGroup provides flexible, specialistresidential services and schools.We aim to offer the best possiblecare, education and vocationalopportunities for young peopleand adults, often with autism,who have a learning disabilityand complex needs includingbehaviour which may challenge.Fullerton House School primarilyoffers a 52 week per year service;alternate arrangements canbe made on occasion to meetspecific individual needsFullerton House SchoolTickhill SquareDenabyDoncasterDN12 4ARTel: 01709 861663Fax: 01709 869635Email: email@example.comWeb: www.fullertonhouseschool.co.ukReferral Enquiries: 0800 055 6789Hesley Group Comprises:Hesley Holdings Ltd. Registered in England No. 5150235The Hesley Group Ltd. Registered in England No. 2665377Registered office for all companies:Central Services, Hesley Hall, Tickhill, Doncaster DN11 9HHImage Disclaimer:Images which show individual’s faces within this document are takenfrom stock libraries and are not people placed within our services.They are for graphical purposes only.Hesley Group Valuesperson centredoutcome focusedquality driven
HesleyGroup|3ContentsOverview 5Our Philosophy 7Education 8Living at Fullerton HouseSchool 9Staff and Support 10Health 11Active, Meaningful Lives 12Keeping in Touch 12Therapeutic Support 13Reviews 13Coming to Live With Us 14Quality Assurance & Policy 15Location/Directions 16The Hesley Group’s mission is to enablepeople with complex needs to achievetheir full potentialThe information in this prospectus is correct at the time of print. The information required of aStatement of Purpose, as per Schedule 1 of the National Minimum Standards for Children’s Homes,is available as a separate complementary document and should be issued to parents, with thisprospectus; and is otherwise available on request by telephoning our freephone referral enquiry lineon 0800 055 6789.
HesleyGroup|5OverviewFullerton House School is situated in the heart ofthe village of Denaby Main, near Doncaster in SouthYorkshire. Its central location provides easy accessby road, rail or air.The school’s mission is to enhance the lives of theyoung people entrusted to its services by focusingon their specific needs, capabilities and aspirations.We seek to enable them to maximise their potentialand achieve a progressively more independentquality of life. This is achieved through:• Person-Centred Focus: This encompasseseducation, lifelong learning, care,communication, health, behaviour, recreational/vocational programmes, emotional well beingand citizenship. Young people are encouraged toparticipate in activities and empowered to makesupported decisions.• Life-long learning: Each young person has acarefully designed Individual Learning Plan (ILP)based on their specific needs and aspirations.• Communication: Speech and LanguageTherapists work with each young person todevelop receptive and expressive communication.• Partnerships: By creating a safe, predictable andstimulating environment all young people wholive at Fullerton House School are supportedto be as active members of their communityas possible, with the aim of meaningful socialinclusion and the development of partnerships inthe community.• Trust and relationships: Secure and familiar socialnetworks are extremely important and these aredeveloped and built upon from day one, creatingtrusting and valued relationships with not onlythe young person, but also their immediate andextended family and friends.• Professional services: A dedicated on-site teamincluding Carers, Teachers, Educational Tutors,Assistant Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists,Psychiatrists, Behaviour Analysts, OccupationalTherapists and Speech and Language Therapistsensure that young people have ready access tothe services they require. Staff support youngpeople through each day on a flexible andindividual basis, with waking staff always on dutyat night.School LifeResidential care and education is provided for allyoung people, all of whom have a learning disabilityand complex needs, often associated with autism;including behaviour which may challenge theyoung person as well as those around them. Theschool operates on a 52-week residential basiswith extended school terms. We are able to look atflexible and creative packages to suit the needs ofindividual young people where necessary.High quality accommodation and facilitiesThe school has a range of different learningenvironments, classrooms and well equippedworkshops to complement the wide variety ofavailable activities and to create positive learningenvironments. There is also a range of excellent on-site facilities to complement and enrich the lives ofthe young people who live with us.Our young people’s accommodation is based upona residential model in small house groups. Thisenables our young people to learn critical life skillsand develop social relationships. Home life providesthe opportunity for creativity and young people areencouraged to personalise their own space and takepart in house based activities. Every young personhas their own bedroom, the majority of which areen-suite.Extended LearningDuring evenings, weekends and school holidaysa wide range of extra-curricular activities are onoffer. These include clubs and visits to ensure thatyoung people are fully engaged with stimulatingexperiences during their waking hours. Activitiesrange from football training to local paper rounds.Keeping in touchYoung people who live at Fullerton House Schoolare supported and encouraged to keep in touchwith their family and friends in the most appropriateway for them.SafeguardingThe Hesley Group offers a person-centred approachwhich aims to develop independence and createa safe environment to maximise potential. Thephilosophy includes warmth, security, consistency,understanding and trust.Fullerton House School is strongly child-centred.Our safeguarding arrangements sit in thiscontext. (Full policy and guidance - Hesley GroupSafeguarding Children and Young People Policy).Health and SafetyWe are committed to ensuring the health, safetyand welfare of all our young people and staff.Fullerton House School adheres to all procedures inplace under the Hesley Group’s Health and SafetyPolicy.
HesleyGroup|6The Children andYoung People atFullerton HouseSchoolAge range: 8 to 19 yearsSex: MixedCapacity: 46 children andyoung peopleYoung people at FullertonHouse School all have complexneeds, including behaviour thatmay challenge and a learningdisability, often in associationwith autism.An environment of warmth, security,consistency and understanding supportsthe delivery of the 24-hour curriculum
HesleyGroup|7Our PhilosophyWith over 20 years experience, the staff at FullertonHouse School pride themselves on offering ahighly professional, 52-week a year residentialand educational provision for children and youngpeople all of whom have complex needs, includingbehaviour that may challenge and a learningdisability, often in association with autism. Whilst ourprimary service is to provide 52 week provision, wecan consider a more flexible package if necessary, tomeet an individual young person’s needs.The principal aim of the school is to develop eachyoung person’s independence through learningin an environment that offers warmth, security,consistency and understanding within a 24-hourcurriculum. A purposeful and calm atmosphere isencouraged through the professional approachadopted by all staff. Trust and a positive rapportbetween the young people and the staff underpinthe ethos of the school.We aim to meet the spiritual, social, moral andcultural needs of our young people by promotingthe following principles:• Helping young people to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence;• Helping young people to distinguish rightfrom wrong and to respect the law and otherpeople’s rights;• Encouraging young people to acceptresponsibility for their behaviour where this ispossible and appropriate, given their specificneeds and to show initiative and understandhow they can contribute to community life;• Providing young people with a broad generalknowledge of citizenship in respect of publicinstitutions and services such as the Policeand Emergency services, in England, at a levelappropriate to their understanding;• Assisting young people to acquire anappreciation of and respect for their ownand other cultures, in a way that promotestolerance and harmony between differentcultural traditions.Positive, non-aversive strategies are used to changeor reduce the severity and frequency of complex andchallenging behaviours.All behaviour is seen as satisfying a particular need,or occurring for a specific reason. It is thereforeobserved to understand and identify what mayunderly or trigger particular behaviours; and whatmight be done to address such behaviours, whichmay challenge or trouble the young person and/orthose around them.By encouraging and reinforcing behaviour which ismore positive and helpful for the young person andthose around them, distress is reduced and the youngperson supported and enabled to engage morepositively in an enjoyable and meaningful life. This canof course take time; and there are often ups and downin progress; but staff remain committed to enablingyoung people to maximise their potential in this andother ways.No actions that threaten the dignity of a child oryoung person are either used or permitted. Allstaff attend training in HELP, the Hesley EnhancingLives Programme, which emphasises empathy andproactive support (see Therapeutic Support, page13).Equality and DiversityThere is a commitment to providing equalopportunities for all young people from differingreligious, cultural, racial and linguistic backgrounds.The school supports young people who have Englishas an additional language by providing access toresources in their first language. We will endeavourto produce written documentation in the preferredlanguage and where appropriate the services of aninterpreter will be sourced. Fullerton House Schooloperates a ‘Total Approach to Communication’ whereyoung people have access to information in a rangeof formats including speech, signing and symbols.All children and young people and staff will receivefair and equal treatment based on their abilities orneeds, in all aspects of our employment and serviceprovision.The Hesley Group prohibits acts of unlawful orunjustifiable discrimination and respects thefundamental human right of every person not tobe discriminated against on the grounds of Age,Disability, Gender Reassignment, Marriage and CivilPartnership, Pregnancy and Maternity, Race, Religionor Belief, Sex and Sexual Orientation.We are committed to promoting communitycohesion within our services. We will strive toensure that each young person and staff member issupported to realise their potential.The school’s philosophy and practices are aimed atensuring that all children and young people, whatevertheir background or their circumstances, have thesupport they need to be healthy, stay safe, enjoy andachieve, make a positive contribution and to achieveeconomic well-being.Full policy - Hesley Group Single Equality Scheme.
HesleyGroup|8EducationOur curriculum is designed to:• Be broad and balanced• Be focussed on developing every young person’sneeds• Promote cross-curricular development in all themain areas of learning and experience throughchild-centred planning• Help young people develop as individuals and asfuture members of society• Provide new experiences and promote creativityand expressionIndividual Learning Plan [ILP]When a student is referred to Fullerton HouseSchool, an ILP is created with step-by-step targets toenable successes to be celebrated early and often.This plan is used to carefully tailor experiences tosuit each student and encourage enhanced thinkingskills and an enjoyment of the learning experience.Young people follow their identified pathwaywhich, where appropriate, is linked to the NationalCurriculum at Key Stages 2, 3 and 4. Young peoplealso have the opportunity to participate in work-related learning and citizenship.We take account of community cohesion locally,regionally, nationally and internationally within thecurriculum.Key skills are intrinsically built into the curriculumand are an essential basis of our young people’sdevelopment. These key skills may include:communication, application of number, informationcommunication technology, working with others,problem solving and improving own learning andperformance. Fullerton House School providesa range of qualifications linked to each youngperson’s pathways for learning.Educational VisitsYoung people will from time to time be offered theopportunity to take part in learning experiences inthe local and wider community.A successful external learning experience cangreatly enhance the school curriculum and helpmotivate young people and staff. By ensuringregulatory guidance is followed we aim to ensurethings do not go wrong and pitfalls are avoided.This will involve thorough risk assessments inrelation to individual young people and theirspecific needs, staffing, travel arrangements andthe site to be visited. Fullerton House School followsDfE Guidance in relation to educational visits.Developing Life SkillsLearning continues after school has finished for theday. Life and social skills are developed at homewhere support staff encourage young people toparticipate in different activities including cookingtheir own meals and socialising with friends. Thisenhances personal development, builds confidenceand develops relationships.AchievementYoung people’s achievements are recognisedand acknowledged on a daily basis. Progress ismonitored through the formal assessment process(see page 13), and more importantly, successes arecelebrated by friends, staff and family.For a list of awards and qualifications gained duringthe previous school year please see Appendix 4.Religious education and worshipAll young people receive appropriate instruction inreligious education in line with the syllabus.To make the lessons more relevant and accessiblethey are adapted to meet the social, moral,spiritual and cultural needs of those with learningdisabilities, which may be severe.All staff and young people participate in collectiveworship at least once per week in line with theircultural needs, which provides a celebratory focus.Assemblies also offer a mixture of comparativecultures, topical and secular themes. They aredesigned to reflect and celebrate the multi-faithculture that exists in Britain today.Religious and cultural issued are discussed fully withparents and carers.Terms and Student HolidaysSee Appendix 1 for details of our Terms andStudent Holiday ScheduleRegulatory ReportsCopies of our Ofsted inspection reports areavailable by contacting the school or online viaour website at www.hesleygroup.co.ukExclusionsExclusions are very rare. The school has anExclusion of Students and Termination ofPlacement policy. The policy is only used inextreme circumstances; and generally when allother options have proved unsuccessful. During2011 to 2012 there were no fixed term orpermanent exclusions from the school.
HesleyGroup|9At Fullerton House School, young people live inthe heart of the community, in an urbansetting with facilities including a local sports centrewith swimming pool, supermarket, outdoormarket, shops, playgrounds, cafés, restaurantsand some great, wide open spaces for outdooractivities.Fullerton offers a range of homely two, three andfour bedroom houses within easy walking distanceof the school. In addition, ‘The Limes’ comprises offour flats, each occupied by three young people. Allaccommodation is furnished to a high standard andyoung people living at Fullerton House School canpersonalise their rooms with photos, posters, toysand school work, making them their own.Living at Fullerton House SchoolWe aim to provide the best possiblecare as well as the best possibleeducation
HesleyGroup|10Staff and SupportOur comprehensive andhighly experienced staffteam place the child at thecentre of all we doWith over 200 members of staff, Fullerton HouseSchool is one of the largest employers in theDenaby area. The recruitment process is thoroughand Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) checks areundertaken in respect of all employees who haveopportunities for unsupervised contact withvulnerable people, prior to joining the Hesley Group.Every new member of staff has a comprehensiveinduction programme and takes part in a continuousstaff development programme to expand their skillsand knowledge.The Hesley Group prides itself on its low staffturnover which is lower than the industry nationalaverage. A number of staff have achieved long-termservice awards for 10 and 20 years which promotesconsistency and trust and the ongoing positiveevolutions of service provision.As providers of care to children and youngpeople with disabilities we have a duty to ensurethat our safeguarding processes are robust andcomprehensive. This includes ensuring people arelistened to and concerns acted upon, that our staffteams are trained and competent in supportingpeople and that our management and reportingsystems meet the standards required by law; andare kept under review and up to date with currentguidance.Children and young people are supported by arange of staff, including:• Support Staff, Team Leaders, Deputy Care Managersand Care Managers who work together to ensureyoung people receive the care and protection theyneed over the full 24 hours of every day• Class Teachers, Support Assistants, Personal Tutorsand the Assistant Head who ensure that teachingand learning is effective•The Hotel Services Manager and SchoolAdministrator each lead teams of core andadministration staff who contribute to the smoothrunning of the school See Appendix 3 for our complete Staffing Structureand list of Educational Staff with their qualifications.Fullerton House School works with a rangeof specialists employed by the Hesley Group.They work with staff to tailor support for eachindividual young person, and include:• Consultant Clinical Psychologists• Assistant Psychologists• Consultant Psychiatrist• Speech and Language Therapists• Behaviour Analysts• Occupational Therapists
HesleyGroup|11HealthHealthy living,healthy livesOur school also has access to the followingprofessional services:• General Practitioner• Education Consultant• Consultant Paediatrician• Dentist• Chiropodist• OpticianAll young people are registered with the local GPand are reviewed by a Consultant Paediatricianwithin the first 2 months of coming to FullertonHouse School and then annually after this.The full range of specialist medical expertise isavailable through the GP.Healthy living is encouraged though support toengage in exercise, eat properly and developconfidence and self-esteem. A range of diningexperiences is available. During term-timeyoung people enjoy lunch in the school diningroom. Staffing levels are carefully monitored toencourage and support young people to makeindependent choices when selecting, eatingand enjoying their meals.All other meals are prepared and enjoyedin the young person’s home, which enablesthem to learn how to prepare their ownmeals, enjoy meal times as a social experienceand share household responsibilities such aswashing and tidying up.
HesleyGroup|12Active,MeaningfulLivesWe want the children at Fullerton HouseSchool to have every opportunity possible tohave a great time!Fullerton House School has an ActivityProgramme Co-ordinator who liaisesclosely with the multi-disciplinary team todevelop and deliver exciting, stimulatingand meaningful activities to be enjoyed onevenings and at weekends and during schoolholidays. Young people have access to awide and varied range of clubs, activities andoutings to choose from.During term-time both structured andinformal activities are available including visitsto the swimming pool, bowling alley and localwalks. There is also a range of clubs to joinincluding ICT, Cinema, Art, Scouts and YouthClub. Young people can also take part in theYouth Award Scheme which is similar to theDuke of Edinburgh Award.We hold regular themed events which havegreat participation from the young peopleat Fullerton. These include a Valentine’s Ball,Halloween Party and an annual School Prom,as just a few of many examples.At weekends and during the school holidaysthere is a programme of exciting trips that areenjoyed by both the young people and staff.For example, recent trips ihave ncluded visitsto the coast, walking in the Peak District, funat Alton Towers and Flamingo Land.Keeping in TouchIt is important that staff, family and friends allbuild positive, mutually respectful relationships.Families and friends are very welcome to visitthe school within the framework of each youngperson’s contact plans. Personal Tutors areresponsible for regularly keeping parents updatedon their child’s progress by phone, mail, emailand Skype. Families and friends are invited tothe many events held by the school and widerHesley Group such as seasonal celebrations andopen days.
ReviewsHesleyGroup|13Therapeutic SupportA diagnosis of an autistic spectrum disorder orlearning disability does not predict the complexneeds and associated behaviours of any individualyoung person. Our therapeutic environmentcan provide an opportunity for young people togradually get to better understand themselvesand their needs, wishes, behaviours, strengths andchallenges.It is this environment, together with themultidisciplinary support we provide, that can makeFullerton House School a suitable educational andresidential placement for young people, who on aday-to-day basis have to deal with their own complexneeds in the context of a world that can, at times, bevery challenging for them.All staff attend training in relation to HELP(Hesley Enhancing Lives Programme), a behavioursupport approach based on TCI (TherapeuticCrisis Intervention), which is BILD (British Instituteof Learning Disabilities) accredited. TCI is aninternationally recognised, crisis prevention andmanagement system that reduces the need to relyon high-risk interventions. TCI recognises that it is theactions and reactions of those around young peoplethat strongly shape and influence their behaviour, aswell as their social and emotional development. Itsemphasis is on empathy and proactive support, whilephysical interventions are very much considered a lastresort.The care and well being of the young people wesupport are paramount and everything we do isaround seeking to ensure that each young person’sbest interests are met.In order to keep young people safe there are timeswhen the use of physical interventions may berequired. This would be as a last resort to supporta young person in crisis, in order to reduce bothstress and risk. To do this we follow BILD guidance.The Hesley Group have BILD accreditation for bothchildren’s and adult services.Our approach encompasses physical interventionscontained within Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI)strategies and those from PROACT-SCIP (r) UK.Any potential physical interventions are fullydiscussed with the young person, in respect of whomthey are proposed and/or their family and otherappropriate representatives, as far as possible, priorto their application, which will continue to remain asinfrequent as is possible; and which will continue tobe reviewed, with the ongoing aim of reducing andstopping their use, as soon as this can safely be done.Each young person has a series of individuallytailored support plans, that are designed aroundtheir personal needs and aspirations. These aremonitored on an ongoing basis to identify anychanges that may need to be made to education orsupport packages.The initial placement review (also known as a LAC/Looked After Children review) takes place betweenthe first week and the first month of the placement.The first full review takes place within four monthsof admission to confirm that the placementis suitable and to set future education/careobjectives. After the initial review there will be sixmonthly and annual reviews.The Annual Review of the Statement of EducationalNeeds will usually be held at the same time as oneof the LAC reviews.The young person, their parents, staff, externalagencies (eg local authorities) and professionals willbe present at a review and they will look at progressand any problems, aspirations, achievements,education, any changes in circumstances,educational/care objectives and any specialrequests.The young person, their families and appropriateothers are fully involved in devising a pathway planwhich will help inform their transition into adultlife. This planning starts early from fourteen yearsof age. Fullerton House School places considerableemphasis on properly planned transitions.Both of these approaches can be explored further viathe BILD website – www.bild.org.uk – in the section:Physical Intervention Accreditation.Where additional measures of physical interventiondo become necessary, our procedures are clear, fallwithin Government guidelines, are agreed betweenparents and local authorities as permissible incertain circumstances to make dangerous situationssafe, and are always documented.
HesleyGroup|14Coming to livewith usThis brochure contains basic information aboutFullerton House School and you are more thanwelcome to visit the school to find out more and askany questions. Further information is available in theschool’s Statement of Purpose (see foot of page 3).Referrals for placements are accepted from theplacing authority that will be funding the placement.The placing authority will send through relevantinformation which we will review as part of theprocess of ensuring that Fullerton House School is asuitable provider for the referred young person.The criteria for admission to Fullerton HouseSchool is that young people have a Statement ofSpecial Educational Needs; and are assessed priorto admission to ascertain whether these needs canbe met by the school. This assessment is called aPre-admission Assessment and is carried out byour assessment team from Fullerton House Schooland can include staff members from the Clinical,Care Management and Education teams. They willarrange to meet the young person and as manypeople involved in their existing care and educationas possible, to assess their needs. This is the start ofthe child-centred planning that ensures each youngperson is treated as an individual.If an emergency assessment is required, we will striveto be flexible and respond quickly, and to tailor ourprocesses to the needs of the young person involved.If it is felt that Fullerton House School is the bestoption for the young person, the placing authoritywill be informed and a contract written. HesleyGroup uses the National Schools Contract (NASS) forplacements at Fullerton House School. Informationon what is/is not provided within our standard fee isissued with the contract (see attached Appendix 2).The transition process will be managed by a seniormanager at the school who will work with the youngperson, parents and the placing authority to ensurethe move to a new school is as stress-free as possible.Young people after 18 years of age, reside in thechildren’s home whilst completing education in linewith their Special Educational Needs Statement.A full risk assessment and evaluation of their dailyroutine is undertaken, to ensure their residencein the children’s home has no adverse effect onthe children and young people under the age of18.After 18 years of age, the placements becometransitional placements, whereby increased linksare made with the appropriate adult servicewhile the young person continues in their lastyear of education.Every effort is made through the Education andLooked After Children reviews to find an adultplacement before the young person leavesschool. On a limited number of occasions theyoung person stays within the children’s homeafter 19 years of age, until an appropriate adultplacement is found.
HesleyGroup|15Quality Assurance PolicyThe Hesley Group has a Quality Team that develops policyand best practice and initiatives and assesses how wellwe are doing in meeting our objectives and complyingwith national standards, including the management ofhealth and safety and keeping people safe. The teamconsults with people using the service and their families/representatives.The Quality Governance Committee oversees all Hesley Groupservices and has an independent Chair and two independentpersons to advise and take an impartial view on the progressand achievement of our services. They hold the seniormanagement of the organisation to account.There is a large range of supportive documents availablerelating to all aspects of the provision at Fullerton HouseSchool. Summaries of key policies are available on our website.Should you require a hard copy of any of the following policies,please feel free to contact the school:• Safeguarding Children• Individual Risk Assessments• Effective Behaviour Support• Care and Health Support• Disability Equality Duty• Health and Safety• Preventing and Tackling Bullying• School Curriculum• Activities and Visits• Single Equality Scheme• Use of Physical Interventions• Exclusion of Students• Sex and Relationship Education• Compliments and ComplaintsA total of 6 formal complaints were received during theprevious school year, all of which were successfully closed.The Hesley Group has a formal procedure for complaints inaccordance with the Education Act (2002). A copy of thisand our complaints form is available from the school.
DoncasterBarnsleyRotherhamShefﬁeldFullerton HouseSchoolM1M18M1M1M18A1(M)A132353637 A635A6023A63038By RoadLeave the A1(M) at the junctionwith the A630 and take theA630 towards Rotherham. Leavethe A630 in Conisbrough at thejunction with the A6023. Followthe A6023 through the village ofConisbrough, past the castle onyour left. The A6023 continuesinto the village of Denaby.Follow the road past the railwaystation on your right. Turn left upWadworth Street and FullertonHouse School is signposted leftoff Wadworth Street.By RailDoncaster is on the main eastcoast rail line with a frequentservice to London that takesonly 1hour 40 minutes. The railconnection to Conisbrough takesapproximately 10 minutes.London 1.40 hourEdinburgh 3–4 hoursBirmingham 1–2 HoursLiverpool 2.45–3 hoursManchester 1.20 hourLocation/DirectionsFullerton House SchoolTickhill SquareDenabyDoncasterSouth YorkshireDN12 4ARHead: Mr David WhiteheadTel: 01709 861663Referral enquiries: 0800 0556789Fax: 01709 869635Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.fullertonhouseschool.co.ukThe Hesley Group has Investor In People (IIP)accreditation which recognises the significantemphasis the Group places on the quality of itsstaffing and the associated management processes.13 December 2012Hesley GroupHesley HallTickhillDoncasterDN11 9HHGeneral enquiries: 01302 866906www.hesleygroup.co.uk
Appendix 1Terms and Student Holiday Schedule 2012/201352 week placementsMain/Mid Term Last School Day First School Day SchoolDaysClassroomClosure DaysAutumn 2012 Tuesday21 August 20124901(20 August 2012)Half Term Friday26 October 2012Tuesday06 November 20123406Christmas Friday21 December 2012Tuesday08 January 20132911Half Term 2013 Friday15 February 2013Tuesday26 February 20132406Easter Friday29 March 2013Tuesday16 April 20132911Spring Bank Friday24 May 2013Monday10 June 20133510End of Term Friday26 July 2013 15Total200Total60(including 5 stafftraining days)Autumn Term 2013 Holiday year begins Monday 19thAugustClassrooms re-open Tuesday 20thAugustNote that in 2013 Bank Holiday Monday will fall on TBATraining days for staff will be held on:Monday 20 August 2012Monday 05 November 2012Monday 07 January 2013Monday 25 February 2013Monday 15 April 2013
Appendix 1Terms and Student Holiday Schedule 2012/201338 week placementsMain/Mid Term Last School Day First School Day School DaysAutumn 2012 Tuesday28 August 201239Half Term Friday26 October 2012Tuesday06 November 201234Christmas Friday21 December 2012Tuesday08 January 201329Half Term 2013 Friday15 February 2013Tuesday26 February 201329Easter Friday29 March 2013Tuesday16 April 201329Spring Bank Friday24 May 2013Monday10 June 201330End of Term Friday19 July 2013Total190The 5 training days for staff will be held on:Monday 20 August 2012Monday 05 November 2012Monday 07 January 2013Monday 25 February 2013Monday 15 April 2013
Appendix 2Standard Fee InformationPart 1 What is provided within the Standard Fees1 Suitable qualified and/or competent staff in sufficient numbers to provide our ‘base-line’service2 Waking staff throughout the night, on normal staffing ratios, not individual support3 The services of a GP, dentist and optician4 Access to other professionals subject to student need and availability of professionals,including:Clinical PsychologistMusic SessionsSchool NursePaediatricianPsychiatristSpeech and Language Therapist5 The resources normally required to support individual programmes6 Accommodation in a single room7 On and off-site activities (except where specifically arranged for a student whoseparents, placing authority or the student meet the cost)8 Three meals per day, plus supper9 A personal clothing and footwear allowance of £300 per student per annum. (Reviewedannually)10 Laundering of clothingPart 2 What is not provided within the Standard Fees(which placing authorities and parents most frequently ask about)1 Annual holiday for students2 Transport between home and school for students or members of their family3 Overnight accommodation for parents who are visiting4 Pocket money5 Special dietary requirements, where extra costs are in excess of £260 pa (based on £5per week)
Appendix 3 - Fullerton House School Staff StructureSeptember 2012HeadCare ServicesManagerCare Manager1-12 StaintonSt/Wheatley PlaceCare ManagerLimes/Tickhill SqAssistant Head(Education)SchoolAdministratorHotel ServicesManagerSeniorSecretariesSecretaryDomesticSupervisorCook PropertyCaretakerDomestic/Laundry StaffAssistant Cook/Kitchen AssistantAssistant PropertyCaretakersNight ManagersA B TeamsReceptionist/Admin AsstTeachers/FETutorsTeaching[Support]Assistants
Appendix 3Fullerton House School Educational Staff DetailsDetails of Teachers/FE TutorsName(firstname,surname)Title F/TorP/TPrim orsectrainedAcademic andprofessionalQualifications/Dateof Pre-employmentcheckYears ofteachingYearsinschoolEvidence/Dateof ID check perCRB regs byD Whitehead(#)POVAclr’edEnhancedCRB byHead(Child/Adult) DateDisclosureNoDate of Rightto Work DataCheckJob Title andAssignedResponsibilities1 MarilynBRANWOODMrs F/T Prim B Ed (Mental Handicap) -28/10/200128 10 B,D – 27/01/2012 Y 02/02/2012 1352223360 28/10/2001 Class Teacherand English Co-ordinator2 DeborahHARTLEYMrs F/T FE City Guilds FE Cert(Stage 2)/BTec (Art Design), Cert Ed (FE) –26/09/20055.5 [1.5] D,P -22/06/2011 Y 01/07/2011 1327960981 26/09/2005 –NI No.Senior Tutor andArts/Crafts Co-ordinator4 HelenLUNNMrs F/T Sec BA Hons, PGCE -17/11/20059.5 6 B,M,P –25/01/2012Y 30/02/2012 1351787180 17/11/2005 –NI No.Class TeacherandRE/HumanitiesCo-ordinator5 BenLAWRENSONMr F/T FE City Guilds FE Cert(7307/02)/Cert Ed (FE) –05/03/200313.5 [1.5] B,P – 08/02/2012 Y 10/02/2012 1353356416 01/08/1988 –NI No.Tutor andWoodcraft Co-ordinator6 AnnaRANDALLMrs F/T Prim Masters Degree(Poland), QTS –05/01/20095 3.5 M,P,B –12/01/2012Y 17/01/2012 1350241513 07/05/2009 Class Teacherand Science Co-ordinator7 EmmaSYLVESTERMrs F/T FE Cert Ed (FE) –24/02/19976.5 [1.5] B,M –27/07/2011Y 02/08/2011 1331791350 19/02/1997 –NI No.Tutor and CrossCurriculum Co-ordinator9 RichardWEBSTERMr F/T FE BA Hons (Design), PGCE,Med – 27/08/200116.5 1.5 M,B,D –23/01/2012Y 25/01/2012 1351210520 27/08/2001 –NI No.Asst Head(Education) andMaths/PECo-ordinator10 DavidWHITEHEADMr F/T Prim BA Hons (QTS) Drama Dance, NPQH –02/09/200213.5 9.5 D,P (*) –03/06/2010Y 07/07/2010 1286842481 02/09/2002 –NI No. (**)Headteacher andSMSCPD11 TinaWHITTAKERMs F/T FE City Guilds Adult FECert – Achieved29/09/20093.5 [1.5] P -05/03/2010 Y 29/03/2010 1274273725 30/06/1992 –NI No.Senior Tutor andHorticulture Co-ordinator• D Hartley: FE Tutor/Senior Tutor at HVC from September 2006 until transfer to FHS• B Lawrenson: Instructor/Senior Instructor/Lecturer at HVC from September 1998 until transfer FHS• E Sylvester: FE Tutor at HVC from September 2005 until transfer to FHS• T Whittaker FE Tutor at HVC from September 2009 until transfer to FHS(*) D Whitehead – Evidence/Date of ID check per CRB regs by P Champion(**) D Whitehead personnel file retained at Central Services(#) B = Birth Cert; D = Driving Licence; M = Marriage Cert; P = Passport
Details of classroom support staffName(first name,surname)Title Relevantqualifications/Date ofPre-employment checkHoursperweekEvidence/Dateof ID check perCRB regs byD WhiteheadPOVAclr’edEnhanced CRBby Head(Child/Adult)DateDisclosureNo.Date ofRight toWorkDataCheckJob title Assigned responsibilitiesJulie COX-SHEPHERDMrs NVQll (Care), 7307 TeachingCert, NVQlll (Teaching Asst),CLS – 12/11/199934 B,D,P –19/04/2012Y 27/04/2012 1361959052 12/11/1999 – NI No.Teaching Asst To provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironmentLauraFARRELLMrs NVQII (Teaching Asst) –28/04/2009NVQIII (Teaching Asst –working towards)37 B,P –21/03/2011Y 31/03/2011 1318068378 28/02/2005 – NI No.Teaching Asst To provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironmentSadieHESKETTMrs BA Hons (Animation)/HSC3 –Achieved 18/08/200630 B,D,M,P –21/01/2010Y 29/01/2010 1267072352 20/02/2004 – NI No.Teaching Asst To provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironmentPaulaMITCHELLMrs NVQlll (Teaching Asst) –Achieved 16/08/200837 D – 15/07/2011 Y 22/07/2011 1330674398 29/11/2002 – NI No.Teaching Asst To provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironmentBeverleyGEEMrs NVQl (Creative Play), NVQll(Helping in Schools), NVQll(Behaviour Management)NVQlll (Teaching Asst) –Achieved 09/09/200837 B,M,P –16/03/2012Y 21/03/2012 1324292181 04/08/2003 – NI No.Teaching Asst To provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironmentDavidSMITHMr 37 D – 08/12/2011 Y 23/12/2011 1348507005 22/01/2001 – NI No.Teaching Asst To provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironmentJuliaWALKERMs NVQlll (Teaching Support) –Achieved 01/11/2004OCNlll (Learning SupportAssistants)37 D,P –24/10/2011Y 16/11/2011 1344162828 25/02/1992 – NI No.SeniorTeaching AsstTo provide support for thestudents, teacher andcurriculum in the learningenvironment