Patricia Sheridan

Mrs Sheridan established Moore House School in 1988.  Her drive was to create a service with her personal mantras “Determined to Deliver Excellence” and “I’m Possible” for young people.

Mrs Sheridan leads the Board of Directors and continues to have a hands-on approach using a range of experiences and techniques to engage with young people to elicit their views on the service they are receiving.  

Her passion is for young people to be supported by adults who believe in their potential and adults who share the organisational values of respect, integrity and dignity for all.  She expects all staff to take responsibility for being capable, competent professionals, contributing positively towards the health, wellbeing and progress of our young people.

Mrs Sheridan reminds us that we are responsible for creating trusting relationships and happy memories for our young people.  She strives to ensure that our young people experience as many creative, happy, nurturing memories as possible.

In terms of her career journey, Mrs Sheridan has gathered a range of qualifications.  She was an RGN, an RMN Registered Nurse, a qualified Social Worker and at a later point, an MA in Education and an MSc in Forensic Psychology.

Mrs Sheridan continues to strive for excellence and ensures that her passion for high quality services is cascaded throughout the organisation to encourage each and every team member to recognise the important part they play in the wellbeing and progress that our young people experience.

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