JPC Training for Independence (Day Care services)
JPC is a Community farm designed to make young people and adults with learning difficulties or disabilities feel special and lead as independent a life as possible.
Training on the farm allows the development of social skills along with life skills.
Come and join us for a full or half day of activities including a daily workshops preparing lunch and afternoon treats for your friends and family. Independence and life long learning is the key feature along with meaningful works experience in a guided approach to make employability a key focus long term.
Lots of fun activities to enjoy and new skills to be learned.
- Hand crafts
- Professional cookery
- Outdoor activities
And much more
The petting farm is in its infancy and lots of exciting developments are afoot to be involved in e.g. A multi sensory garden, petting farm horticulture along with an agricultural emphasis.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Mrs Barbara Wilberforce
- Contact Position
- Director for Training
- 01642 432026 Ext 4 mobile 07741 724146
- Training and education, social care, leisure and activity
A huge welcome to the training site of JPC Community farm. As Director of Training, my role is to facilitate independence in young people. My professional success has been a direct result of my dedication to, and my enthusiasm for the subjects I teach. I have taught in all key stages in the subjects of Food Technology and associated courses, Textiles, Child Development, and Health and Social Care, all of which I feel embrace the important life long skills which are invaluable to allow young people to go forward in the world with confidence. I have always had a deep interest for Special Educational Needs (SEN) education; I am fully experienced in teaching all ages and ability levels.
I can’t wait to work with you!
Come and find out more
Barbara Wilberforce, Director of Training
Where to go
- JPC Community farm
Thorn Tree Farm
- TS9 5LB
The venue is situated off the A172 and has 23 acres of land.
There are lots of developments to come using all the land to benefit the young people in our care.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday to Friday 9.00 - 4.00 Hub O'Clock 4.00 - 6.00 Can be ½ day or full day service
- Time of day
- Session Information
The sessions run from 9.00 - 12.00 morning 1.00 - 4.00 afternoon 9.00 - 4.00 full day.
- Depends on the package and needs - This can be discussed on an individual basis.
- Referral required
- Other notes
Our service caters for any young person over the age of 16 years who has learning difficulties and/or disability.