04 Jun Public Statement
A recent Teaching Regulation Authority Panel (TRA) upheld the findings of Wargrave House’s internal investigation into our former Head of Education.
Ms G.Hyde was dismissed by Wargrave House in June 2019 following allegations of professional misconduct relating to comments made via social media and issues of professional integrity. We welcome the TRA findings and want to reassure you that the safety of students was not in any way compromised by Ms Hydes actions. All other staff who were members of the social media group in which these comments were made have left the organisation and no longer have anything to do with Wargrave House.
Since 2019, Wargrave House has recruited a new Education and Senior Leadership Team who have embarked on a development programme to ensure that we continue to provide the highest quality education and therapy service to our students. In recent years we have seen improvements in learner outcomes and have embraced more innovative, bespoke approaches to curriculum delivery.
We continue to have robust governance through our Trustee and Governor Boards, and we are building on our rich heritage to establish a vision for our future.
Wargrave celebrates its golden anniversary in September 2021 and we are looking forward to building a legacy for the autistic population.”