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Swan House

Swan House is a residential children’s home providing care and accommodation for up to 3 young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Our Home

Swan is located in the beautiful area of Caldecott with a beautiful lake within the homing estate.

Swan House is a residential children’s home providing care and accommodation for up to 3 young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties and associated complex needs. This is including, but not exclusively limited to; mild learning disabilities, Child Sexual Exploitation risk factors, sexualised behaviours, non-compliance with education, self-harm, aggression, and young people engaging in pro-criminal behaviours. 

Swan House will look after young people aged between 8 and 17 years on arrival and young people will be considered subject to a robust impact assessment being completed on them. Any young person turning 18 and requiring a short-term extension will also be considered in partnership with Ofsted. If an extension on the ages is deemed possible, the statement of purpose will be updated to reflect this, and an impact assessment would be completed. 

At Swan we will focus on the young person’s strengths and needs within the home. We will offer a 12-week assessment to look at the young person’s needs whilst providing a happy, homely, safe, nurturing and stimulating environment to help young people to achieve their full potential. 

Swan House Ethos

We want young people to have a place which offers them a unique experience where issues and concerns which have affected them can be addressed positively and young people are supported to achieve and develop. 

Working together with each young person, those significant to them and other professionals we will endeavour to enhance each young person’s level of self-esteem by creating and maximising safe opportunities, in which they learn, develop and achieve. 

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South East

No. of beds

3
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