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Percy Hedley College

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The Percy Hedley Foundation is an ambitious, entrepreneurial and innovative charitable business working in a person centred way to meet the needs of disabled people and their families.

We provide a range of high quality services and believe that as one Foundation we can achieve more than our individual services would achieve alone.

 Our mission is quite simply Disability - Achievement - Choice

This is supported by our vision which is a passion to inspire disabled people to live, learn and do something different

To ensure we deliver our vision our values transcend throughout the organisation, they are

  • Service users are at the heart of everything we do
  • Achievement - there are no boundaries on potential
  • Excellence - quality in everything we do
  • Innovation - developing new and different solutions
  • Respect - everyone is valued

Our mission, vision and values have led us to the development of our strategic priorities which are:

QUALITY AND IMPACT - high quality services changing lives

BUSINESS SUCCESS - planning for the future

WORKING TOGETHER - to achieve great things

We are a registered charity that provides services for disabled people and their families. We have a Board of Trustees, that has overall responsibility for all aspects of the Charity, with the day-to-day management and operations delegated to staff who are led by the Chief Executive.

The Trustees' role is to set the long term strategy for the charity. This determines the kind of services the Foundation will provide. It is also responsible for ensuring the charity is run effectively, meets all compliance requirements and makes appropriate use of its money. Trustees are appointed for a 3 year period and are selected partly as a result of regular skills audits to ensure the right mix of skills on the Board. 

The Foundation is organised into several divisions and each service is run by a senior manager. 

Each year the Foundation provides an annual report. This follows a format required by the Charity Commission and is a summary of the operational and financial affairs of the charity. 

We also provide an Annual Review. This contains information about many of our activities and achievements and describes how we make a difference to the lives of many disabled people and their families. 

As a charity, we consider the principles underpinning how we behave are very important. These are written up in our Values statement and our statement on Equality & Diversity.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Joanne Rees-Proud
Contact Position
(0191) 281 2888

Local Offer


Our website is currently unavailable.  To find out more about our Local Offer, please call the number below.

Contact Name
Lynn Watson - Director of Education
Contact Telephone
(0191) 281 2888
Contact Email
Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood(16+)
Last updated: 14/05/2019
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