Our aim is to make a difference to the lives of children and young people aged 8-18 years with a range of needs.

Covid-19 Update

Aspire Scotland is committed to ensuring that those who need our specialist services are still able to gain access to them during this challenging time, whilst upholding safety.

We are taking all possible measures to reduce the risk of transmission of Covid-19 to our colleagues and those who use and visit our services. To help us do this, we are working in accordance with the advice given by the World Health Organisation and public health agencies.

For more information on the measures being taken to reduce the transmission risks of Covid-19 across Priory Education and Children’s Services, including Aspire Scotland, please click here.

If you have any questions or specific placement enquiries, please do get in touch.

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Aspire Scotland is part of Priory Education and Children’s Services and offers specialist care and/or education services across Ayrshire.

Our aim is to make a difference to the lives of children and young people aged 8-18 years with a range of complex needs. This includes an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), child sexual exploitation (CSE), emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD), and other behaviours that may challenge.

We provide high-quality care and education in safe and nurturing environments. This is demonstrated by six of our children’s homes being graded as either ‘5 – Very Good’ or ‘6 – Excellent’, during their latest inspection from the Care Inspectorate.

Latest News

Our Burns Night celebrations

24th February 2021

Our Burns Night celebrations

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, celebrating Burns Night may have felt different this year, but our dedicated staff teams ensured that our young people still had fun. Across Aspire Scotland’s children’s homes, young people took part in a range of activities to mark the occasion. The young people spent the afternoon researching Robert Burns and…

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Aspire Scotland features in Education Scotland publication

24th February 2021

Aspire Scotland features in Education Scotland publication

We are proud to have been featured in Education Scotland’s ‘What Scotland Learned’ publication. The publication features inspiring stories of how education practitioners across Scotland have responded to the Covid-19 crisis. Our story explains how the Aspire Scotland team focussed on ensuring stability and continuity of service provision during the pandemic, while maximising opportunities to…

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Aspire Scotland 26th Feb, 2021
Across our homes, the young people have been taking part in the #BigSchoolsBirdwatch. After putting out feeders an… https://t.co/SMm7jo3ppb
Aspire Scotland 23rd Feb, 2021
Our aim at Aspire Scotland is to support every young person to achieve their potential. We are delighted that two o… https://t.co/OxICKJiGeQ
Aspire Scotland 18th Feb, 2021
Our young people really enjoyed the recent snow. Some of the beautiful areas surrounding our homes are perfect for… https://t.co/25GPbMq3uq
Aspire Scotland 16th Feb, 2021
Our young people enjoyed celebrating Valentine’s Day across our homes last weekend. They planned Valentine's Day m… https://t.co/glZ721oKeH

Our Values

We are Passionate about our chosen vocation and meeting the needs of our young people.

We are Flexible in our understanding of, and response to each individual young person.

We are Professional at all times and loyal to the organisation, its aims and objectives.

We are Respectful of colleagues and those in our care.

As ‘One Team’ we are driven by the quality and are Innovators and Embracers of Change.

We are Accountable for all our decisions and actions.