At Birch House, we focus on the young person’s experience in the home and have given this significant consideration in recent weeks with us both reviewing and identifying the offering at Birch House and what young people benefit from. We have considered aims of this home and have created the following Mission Statement and Aims and Objectives to ensure that young people are at the centre of what we do.
We want our staff and children to be cared for, feel supported and be in ‘safe hands’. We want our staff to have to the confidence to make decisions and to be accountable for the decisions that they
make. We want them to continually learn and to feel both valued and safeguarded through empowering them to be the best that they can be and to achieve their full potential.
Our ethos at Birch House is an ethos which promotes the development of meaningful relationships between staff and young people based on the core values of mutual respect and good parenting. We pride ourselves on respecting the values of privacy, dignity, independence, choice, rights and fulfilment for all young people.