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Our innovative, independent, specialist residential schools, day schools and children's homes across England help young people to thrive, flourish and reach their full academic and personal potential. We support young people living with social, emotional and mental health challenges, autism and specific learning difficulties which may affect their behaviour.

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Mill School Bury - Opening February 2020

We are excited to announce we are opening Mill School Bury, our new independent day school in Greater Manchester....find out more by clicking here

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Jenna and her mum talk us through the amazing support and guidance given by our Arc School Old Arley....

Our fantastic Head Teacher tells us all about Arc Oakbridge School and the brilliant work they do....

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Wonderful charitable Wood Grove

The young people at our Wood Grove home have decided to donate their Christmas stocking...

Employee of the Month October!

Our staff are all amazing, we love to celebrate their successes every month.....

Wings Cumbria from the skies

Amazing aerial photography

Kedleston's 13th Birthday

Kedleston Group is celebrating becoming a teenager. The group turned 13 in May 2019 and there will be a year-long celebration.

The group is one of the UK’s leading specialist education providers and has supported hundreds of young people in its 12 specialist residential and day schools and children’s homes across England.

Kedleston Group supports young people with social, emotional and mental health challenges as well as those with an autism spectrum condition and complex support needs.

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“The staff at Wings have gone over and above their role to support Ethan. He has been fortunate to have been placed with staff who have built lasting and positive relationships with him. I am sure that he will always reflect on his time at Wings as being a positive and happy time for him. I cannot thank the staff enough for the support they have and continue to offer Ethan.”

“The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding. It provides for a variety of extremely vulnerable pupils, all of whom have EHC plans.”

“The staff communicate with me on regular basis which means everyone can best support my child.”

"You have got a good measure of our child and we really like your straightforward, no-nonsense approach with her. Our child responds well to such consistent and firm boundaries. We are sure they will do well with you all at High Peak. Thank you."