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Liberty House

About Liberty House

Aims

Liberty House aim to provide a valuable and enjoyable experience for all their young people. Children’s safety and wellbeing is their main ethos and they promote this in an environment which allows for development while encouraging participation both within their own setting and further into the wider community.

What we provide

Liberty House gives the opportunity for young people to spend time away from home in a safe, warm, friendly and entertaining setting. Children are given the opportunity to develop their full potential by experiencing a variety of new and stimulating activities both within and outside Liberty House.

What the young people can expect

All young people have individual care plans which highlights their everyday needs. This will detail things from what they like doing to what they like to eat. Key workers are assigned to children allowing for greater personalised care with an aim of developing positive relationships. All children are given opportunities to express their views on what they like to do when at Liberty. Staff are appointed to meet the needs of children in all aspects of their time and support them to get the most from their short stay. Above all we want Liberty House to be a welcoming, fun place to be.

The Liberty Team

The Liberty House team of staff is highly trained and child focused. They are motivated to ensure the highest quality of care is provided to each young person who access the short break service. In-line with the Children’s Homes Regulations 2015 (Short Break) all staff are either working towards or have a minimum level 3 qualification in childcare.

To ensure children are fully supported all members of the team receive ongoing training in a number of vital subjects –including disability focused care. This enhances an already effective and strong team who are dedicated in their desire to work with children and young people with complex needs. The care practices at Liberty House are reflective of national as well as RMBC’s desired aims in achieving positive outcomes for all children accessing this short break provision.

Contact us

Liberty House
St Bedes Road
Masborough
Rotherham
S60 1HG
tel: 01709 558997
darren.higgins@rotherham.gov.uk

View our most recent Ofsted report 

Useful contacts

OFSTED
Royal Exchange Building
St Annes Square
Manchester
M2 9QX
Telephone: 08456 404042

Children's Rights Officer
Right2Rights
Riverside House
Main Street
Rotherham
S60 1QY
Telephone: 01709 382121

Complaints Officer
Kevin Rimes
Riverside House
Main Street
Rotherham
S60 1QY
Telephone: 01709 382121