Acceptance, Aspiration, Achievement, Attainment
At Moore House Group Dunkeld Campus we aim to provide sector-leading residential and education provision for neurodiverse children and young people aged 5 to 18, who require highly specialised teaching, bespoke pastoral care and a range of dedicated services, including Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Psychological Interventions.
Our campus is located in a calm, rural environment near Dunkeld, where we provide specialist:
- Day education
- Residential care and education
- Virtual learning through our Virtual Academy
- Outreach education
- Therapeutic support
We are delighted that our new Primary School is now open, which allows us to admit pupils aged 5 to 18.
Education in action
- We provide bespoke education, care and support to children and young people to help them achieve their hopes and aspirations within a safe nurturing environment
- We educate and inspire young minds by nurturing creativity and encouraging independent thinking
- We help build confidence and self esteem in our children and young people
- We encourage children and young people to explore the community around them and enjoy activities and events on their doorstep
- We are a team of caring and dedicated staff, passionate about supporting some of the most vulnerable and disengaged children and young people and giving them a new chance in education
- We build safe, trusting and respectful relationships with children and young people which create the base for their success in school
- We encourage our children and young people to expand their own boundaries and explore environments and situations that may be scary for them but in a supported and safe way
Our children and young people may not have been able to sustain mainstream school placements, but our small class sizes, combined with individualised and bespoke curriculum pathways ensures that they maximise their potential and fulfil their aspirations at Moore House Group Dunkeld Campus.
Moore House Primary School – Dunkeld provides specialist day education, including therapeutic support, for up to 6 children aged 5 to 12 years who require significant additional support for their emotional and learning needs.
Who we are
We offer a range of responsive services that include education, employability, social enterprise, social housing, and access to psychological support.
Who we help
We support children and young people leaving care aged 15 to 26 and provide sector-leading residential and education provision for neurodiverse children and young people aged 5 to 18.
There are a number of ways you can support The Jane Moore Trust including fundraising, making a donation, volunteering or nominating us as your Charity of the Year.
Support our services
You can support our services in a number of ways including making a donation through our online giving platform JustGiving. Click the link below to make a donation today and help us Keep The Promise to children and young people in Scotland.