We list below the most up to date Education/Care reports for each our services €“ please contact us if you would like to view previous reports:

Care Inspectorate Reports for Spark of Genius Care Inspectorate Reports

Woodside Farmhouse – 2nd August 2016 PDF (347KB)
“Parents we spoke with had positive views of the service. One parent told us they were ‘delighted’ with staff and felt very reassured through regular, clear communications from staff updating them on their child’s progress.”

Netherton – 19 August 2016 PDF (340KB)
“it’s a really good staff team; brilliant managers as well; couldn’t ask for better.” Young Person.

Davidshill Farm – 7 December 2016 PDF (339KB)
“We spoke with the parent of one young person who told us the staff were “fantastic” and that he “couldn’t fault them.”

Foxhill Cottage – 21 December 2016 PDF (339KB)
“We found a harmony between the children and found an understanding and respect for one another’s differences.”

Riverside House – 31st March 2016 PDF (540KB)
“The service is well managed and there is a good ethos of respect and support.”

Sunderland House – 7 November 2016 PDF (340KB)
“Young people told us they liked living in Sunderland House and we found staff members had a good insight into the needs and preferences of young people.”

North Lodge – 17th November 2016 PDF (342KB)
“Good outcomes were also being reached in young peoples goals toward health and fitness with regular participation in a variety of activities such as football and rugby training, ice skating and skate park activities.”

Millholm – 30th June 2016 PDF (503KB)
“The children were very positive about living in Millholm. They stated they liked and trusted the staff. We were told that life had improved since living in Millholm”.

Old Mill Community Learning House  – 21st October 2015 PDF (546KB)
“We found the house to have a homely atmosphere and to be decorated, furnished and maintained to a high standard.”

Calderstones – 03 May 2016 PDF (541KB)
“The young people have good relationships with staff. We observed a busy environment where young people responded positively to staff and staff were comfortable displaying affection and in challenging negative behaviours.”

Adult Services – 14 November 2013 PDF (664KB)
“There was evidence that the service works closely with other agencies and professionals to help young people feel safe and supported within their community.”

Education Scotland Reports Education Scotland Reports

Musselburgh – 17 March 2015 PDF (259KB)

“Young people are achieving well through a range of vocational and practical opportunities which are developing their skills for life and work such as team work, communication and leadership.”

Skypoint School – 03 May 2016 PDF (326KB)

“Strong and effective leadership from the Director of Quality Improvement and leadership of the school.”

Glengarnock Learning Centre– 18 March 2014 PDF (66KB)
“Staff provide a welcoming, caring and nurturing environment for children and young people which ensures that they feel safe.”