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Read the latest news, stories and successes from each of our services. You can browse by categories: Autism, BESD, Complex Needs or Fostering to view the stories that you would like to read.

Outcomes First Group Celebrate Receiving a National Award

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Outcomes First Group, which look after approximately 700 children and young adults, celebrates after receiving a national award for its excellent in-house clinical support. Outcomes First Group has received an Education Investor Award for the effective way its in-house clinical team supports the education team in delivering shared goals, in particular at Options Barton. The […]

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Options Barton Celebrates 10th Anniversary

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Options Barton hosted their 10th anniversary celebration on Wednesday 28th September, which was held for staff, the young people, families and local authorities. Throughout the day there was music, afternoon tea, a bouncy castle, and an inflatable obstacle course, followed by a BBQ and friendly sports tournament.  There was also an awards presentation for student […]

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Students at Options Barton hit a high note

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Ten students from Options Barton, have been taking part in the weekly music sessions. The sessions have been fun and informative, introducing students to a variety of music styles and instruments. Students have been learning about different cultures through music, and have learnt to play the drums. The students are currently working on a project themed around Peter and the Wolf, which has involved using woodwind instruments.

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Options Barton gets into the Olympic spirit at sports day

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Options Barton held their annual sports day on Thursday 21st July. The sports day was themed around the Olympics, and the teams represented England, Scotland and Wales. Nineteen children took part on the day, including children from our Outreach services, who made a special visit for the occasion. The children were cheered on and supported by parents, grandparents and siblings.

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