St Rose's and St Martin's provide education, therapy and day and residential care for young people with a wide range of needs. We have a person-centred approach to ensure we help young people to achieve their potential as they approach adulthood. We offer a wide range of accredited and non-accredited courses on and off site and work in partnership with other local providers.
Our courses seek to develop each individual and help them continue on the path as a lifelong learner. Our learners will realise their potential as they have opportunities through accredited courses in functional skills and a variety of other vocational courses. They will participate in work-related learning and independent living skills including access to the community. Developing literacy and numeracy is at the heart of our work for all our learners. The curriculum provides a holistic approach aiming to develop academic potential, personal skills, independence and interests. Young adults in St Martin's will be involved in creating their personal pathway which will encompass their own needs, interests and aspirations.
Our buildings are wheelchair accessible. Our overall aim is to prepare students to face the realities of adult life with confidence, to help them to realise the value of independence and support them to achieve these goals. St Rose's and St Martin's employs a team of experienced therapists including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, massage therapy and music therapy. The interdisciplinary team work alongside education and residential staff to encourage learners to reach their potential. Health and nursing support is a high priority in ensuring continuity of education and overall development. St Rose's and St Martin's has extensive grounds and is located in the heart of Stroud providing easy access to community and town centre facilities.