Achieving outcomes for Children
Woodbury is rated ‘OUTSTANDING’ by regulator
During its recent Ofsted inspection professionals spoke of the ‘steadying influence’ provided by the team and Manager. Since 2017, this nurturing children’s home, which provides for three young people to be supported within their community and retain life skills.
From its inception the Manager, Isaac, and his dedicated team have ensured stability; this was particularly noted in the report. The warmth of relationships was described as “clearly evident”. The young people spoke about how happy they are in their home, and how they are kept safe and feel ‘loved’ by the staff team.
Following a therapeutic model, young people are supported to make positive decisions and team members are role models in terms of realistic ambitions, goals and achievements.
In response to the report, the Manager said “At Woodbury, we ensure that young people are supported to achieve positive mental health. Continuing professional development and the support of our in-house therapies’ teams has enabled us to track the progress of each young person and continues to help us reach further individualise targets and outcomes”.
Jonathan Pain (CEO) stated when an Inspection report describes “the relationship with the young people is excellent and worthy of wider dissemination” It demonstrates the professionalism and dedication of all the team and I congratulate everyone at Woodbury.