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Broughton House, Lincolnshire

School Details
Brant Broughton,
United Kingdom,

Tel: +44 800 138 1184
Fax: +44 20 8735 6151

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Head of Services:
Mr Michael Semilore

Accreditations and affiliations:
Religious affiliation:
No religious affiliation, All denominations welcome
Teaching languages:
Age Range & Fees
16 - 25
Day Fees
Annual Weekly
Boarding Fees
Annual Full
Boarding Fees
Number of Pupils
School Boy
School Girl
Full board
Number of Staff
Full Time
Part Time
GCSE Pass Rate - age 16
At Grades A* to C
Pass Rate - age 18
courses are offered for age 18 exams
Higher Education
Pupils who went on to Higher Education or took Gap Year

Method of Entry:

Referral by Local Authority or Social Services, Please apply to school, This school is for pupils with autistic spectrum needs (or autistic spectrum PLUS other special education needs)

Scholarships & Bursaries:

None Listed

What we offer

  • Agriculture/Horticulture
  • Environmental studies
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Squash
  • Swimming
  • Horse riding and management
  • Cycling
  • Adventure training
  • Singing
  • Keyboard
  • School bus service
  • Particular diets
  • Autistic Spectrum of Difficulties
  • Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD)
  • Language and Communication Disorders
  • Epilepsy

This school operates 52 weeks in the year.
Broughton House is a 52 week home for 29 young people aged 16-25 with a diagnosis of autism, severe learning difficulties and associated complex needs and challenging behaviour. The House is situated in the small rural village of Brant Broughton in Lincolnshire in its own grounds of approximately 8 acres. Our objective at Broughton is to enable our residents to achieve their full potential. The House provides a stimulating environment that offers the individual support necessary to assist our residents develop and maintain skills, enabling them to become more independent to better access the community in which they live. Broughton House is inspected by CSCI and has received excellent reports, which can be accessed from the Links page on our website. Here you will also be able to download our brochure. The Cambian philosophy encompasses a multi-disciplinary holistic and therapeutic approach to our residents and their difficulties: we believe in non-aversive positive contact; we do not believe in punishment in any form. However, all services will have their own codes of conduct for residents, where the equal rights, no-bullying ethos of the service, and the need to follow 'The Rules' for the safety and comfort of all, will be strongly emphasised. All staff employed are subject to enhanced Disclosure by the Criminal Records Bureau and Cambian has a comprehensive Child and Adult Protection Policy that all staff are fully aware of. The Cambian staff training programme means that all staff undergo initial induction and foundation training in the difficulties that our students face on a daily basis, and continuing staff development requires this training to be built on regularly. For full details of our educational, residential and leisure resources, our clinical and therapeutic approaches, our strategies for behaviour enhancement, social skills, life and daily-living skills programmes , please visit our website and read our brochure. Our history: Broughton House was originally the Rector's house for the magnificent church that neighbours the House, and is over 200 years old. We became a part of Cambian Education Services in September 2005, when, after 30 years of management by The Hesley Group, Broughton House and six of its sister services were purchased by Cambian Education. Our total commitment to high quality care and education for our students and residents in all our services is further extended by these changes. Come and visit: We invite parents and professionals to call our Freephone No - 0800 138 1184 - to arrange a mutually convenient time to come and see us at work and play. Location: Directions and a map can be found on our website.
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