South View Children’s Home is a substantial, detached former farmhouse with large private gardens and a separate paddock, situated on the edge of Lincolnshire in a quiet semi-rural setting.
- Four good sized children’s bedrooms, 3 of which have en-suites
- 1 bathroom
- Downstairs toilet and wash basin
- Communal Lounge
- Dining Room
- Large Garden and Private Driveway
- Young people are encouraged and supported to personalise their own living space. They can choose colour schemes, furnishings, soft furnishings or posters/pictures to reflect their individual personalities and tastes.
Everyone has access to and a choice of toys, games, books and magazines. Young people may have a T.V, DVD and games consoles in their own room and there are bikes available for all young people to enjoy the extensive grounds.
We are a diverse, professional team who pride ourselves on working together to empower each other to ensure all young people feel valued and respected. We place great importance on communication, trust but most of all, caring and wanting the best for every young person.
South View has high expectations for every young person who resides with us. We emphasise the importance of education and celebrating all achievements and we aim to provide all young people with the vital skills they need to go on to lead independent and fulfilled lives.
There are a wide range of leisure, recreational, and social activities that are available for the young people to pursue whilst at South View. The home is located in close proximity to various facilities and our team ensure that everyone is encouraged to participate in communal and group activities of their own choice.
The activities include accessing the use of fitness gyms, youth clubs, tennis, badminton, cinemas, football, cookery, arts and crafts, bowling, climbing centres, horse-riding, ice skating and many more.
Each young person is involved in completing a weekly Personal Planner that sets out the structure of the week ahead. This ensures that both the child and staff are able to form a picture of the week.