Residential special schools group makes acquisitions


Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Senad Group, a residential schools group for children and young adults with Special Educational Needs (SEN), has made two acquisitions: Tregynon Hall, a residential school for children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties in mid-Wales, and Aran Hall in North Wales, a residential school for children with severe learning difficulties. Senad is supported by Sovereign Capital, an independent UK lower mid-market private equity investor and the largest UK owner of independent mainstream and SEN schools. The Group was formed in 2003 by Sovereign through bringing together Honormead Schools and Principal Care Services. The schools include Alderwasley Hall, which is the UK1s leading school for children and young adults with SEN. These new acquisitions consolidate Senad1s position as the pre-eminent dedicated provider of SEN schools in the country and further widens Senad1s product portfolio across the same broadly defined pupils base. In total, Senad now caters for more than 390 children and young adults





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