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Quality Standards

New Struan Day and Residential School is committed to the provision of the best possible education and care for children and young people with autism.

School Improvement Plan

School improvement planning is a core objective of the school and encompasses a process of self-evaluation using national performance measures and quality indicators. View our latest School Improvement Plan.

 

Regulatory bodies

We receive regular inspections and visits from Education Scotland and the Care Inspectorate. We continue to work closely with regulatory bodies to drive forward a programme of change and improvement to ensure positive outcomes for all of our pupils.

 

Commitment to Communication

In conjunction with self-evaluation and that of regulatory bodies, we use questionnaires effectively to gather the opinions of other stakeholders such as staff, pupils, families, local authorities and other professionals.

 

Public Sector Improvement Framework (PSIF)

Scottish Autism is also committed to PSIF as a means of monitoring and evaluating our quality standards and ensuring continuous improvement. Read more.

 

To find out more about New Struan Day and Residential School or to arrange a visit contact Jasmine Miller, Principal, or call 01259 222 000.