The primary responsibility of the school is to rehabilitate and manage persons with disorder by improving on their sociability, communication, imagination, signals and other associated manifestations and to provide each student with an individual learning programme that reflects personal needs and to changing priorities to support the independence living
The school has developed a range of facilities and resources, specifically for the use of people with disabilities. These include: a fully equipped musical room, art work, beads making and poultry unit.
The curriculum and support offered to learners
- A programme to help learners to look after themselves more independently.
- Opportunities to prepare for independent living after the school.
- Experts in meeting the needs of the students with severe learning disabilities
- Experts in working with learners with Aspergers syndrome.
- Experts in working with learners with communication difficulties.
- Opportunities to improve literacy and numeracy and communication skill.
- Experts in working with learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
- A wide range of sporting, social and leisure activities.
- Special staff to meet personal care needs.
- On site nursing staff available 24 hours a day.