COVID-19 update Monday 11 May 2020

We’re sure many of you will have seen Boris Johnson’s update last night about the government’s staged plan to slowly begin to lift the lockdown as our risk levels reduce across the country.  There is no immediate change to our service provision as a result of the announcement.  The message is still that it safer to stay at home where possible. We are waiting for further guidance to be released about what the phasing in of students and service users will mean for us.  Once we get the guidance and have had time to understand what this means for our services we’ll be in touch with families.

Stay safe everyone,


We are holding a ladies fashion show and pop up shop on March 26th at Hedleys College  The clothes on offer are from the high street and at 50% off the marked price and come in a wide range of sizes. There will be drinks and nibbles on the night as well as a fantastic raffle including a voucher for clothes on the evening.

Proceeds from ticket sales and food/drink/raffle go towards the College Café project so this is a brilliant opportunity to grab a bargain, get your spring wardrobe sorted but also help the College funds.

If you would like a ticket for yourself, friends and family its only £5.00 pp. If anyone is willing to sell tickets also by taking a set amount I would really appreciate it.


Please contact Catherine or Susan for a ticket as these can only be purchased in advance.


The Vose family

The Vose family

Kieran, 19, and his sister Chloe, 25, are two of the hundreds of young people who attend our college and two specialist schools. They benefit from the bespoke care and education our expert team give every day. In this new and powerful video, mum Nicola and dad Keith share highs and lows of their journey so far, and how Percy Hedley have helped them along the way. An incredible story!

Posted by Percy Hedley Foundation on Tuesday, December 3, 2019