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Children's Home

  • High quality home

  • Set in 7 acres of grounds

  • Individual Rooms

  • All en-suite with shower

  • Rooms fully equipped with digital facilities

Set in seven acres of well kept gardens and grounds, Chadersley is close to all amenities and community
resources yet secluded and tranquil.

Each bedroom has ensuite facilities and the home furnished to a very high standard.

OFSTED states …”material standards within the home are of extremely high quality. This reflects the level of care and planning which has gone into preparing the home to accommodate young people.”

The aims of the home are:
  • To provide security and stability for young people “looked after” in the care system.

  •  To offer high quality residential care to young people based upon the foundations of exemplary primary care.

  •  To provide as near to a family environment as is feasible.

  •  To offer accommodation to young people aged 7 to 18 on a flexible basis dependent    upon their care needs.

  • To provide facilities to enable young people to achieve positive change in their lives


In order to achieve these aims the following objectives have been set:


  • The creation of a warm, safe and welcoming environment.

  • The development of a multi-skilled, highly trained, experienced staff team.

  • The development of an effective key worker system.

  • Effective assessment and recording systems.

  • Positive relationships and support for the placement with all people involved in the welfare of the young person.

  • Intending to enable young people to move into the community with confidence.

"Comprehensive Reports provided to reviews."

"The members of staff are nurturing and make good relationships with the children and young people."

"The children and young people are making good progress.  They all have settled education placements and are achieving well."

"Staff support the young people to practice their independent living skills."