The story of Aspire Scotland
Aspire Scotland has grown to become a major provider of bespoke care and education services to children and young people.
It has also recognised that such are the wide-ranging needs of young people, staff members must be fully up-to-speed with new approaches to care and methods of teaching.
To that end, a sophisticated system of training has been introduced throughout the organisation to ensure Aspire employees are at the cutting edge of their profession.
Members of staff regularly sit on a number of associations and national committees, thereby influencing policy across the country; they help Aspire Scotland remain committed to the National Agenda, the Children’s Bill and the Curriculum for Excellence.
We were taken over by The Priory Group in November 2018 . https://www.priorygroup.com
Governance at Priory Group
As part of the Priory Group, we are committed to providing high quality services through a robust corporate and clinical governance framework. We nurture a culture of continuous quality improvement that moves beyond compliance and focuses on delivering excellent care and support to those people who are patients, pupils or residents in our hospitals, homes and schools.
Our approach to organisational governance plays an essential role in ensuring that we work together to deliver safe, effective and well-managed services across the 450 operational sites which make up our Healthcare, Education and Children’s Services and Adult Care Divisions.
For more information on our approach to governance across Priory Group, please click here.
Our vision in practice
Key to every aspect of our work is the determination to create a “family” environment. This is something which visitors remark upon when they see our care and education services for themselves.
We may not be able to replicate the home they have come from, but we are determined to provide each young person with the confidence that they are wanted and are safe and secure as well.
We aim to:
Provide high quality care and education in a well-appointed, safe and secure environment, taking full account of National Standards and Quality Indicators.
Involve children and young people fully in the life of the house through a commitment to inclusion and participation.
Offer a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum, which takes account of the specific needs of the individual and helps develop life skills required for independent living and working.
Work in partnership with families and local authorities to achieve quality outcomes for all children and young people.