In Liverpool, we are proud to occupy two bespoke properties in Garston. Both are a short walking distance from bus and train stations.

Our first location is a multi-functional provision with spaces that are designed for inclusion education.

Our new school is a specialist in trauma-informed practice, has mental health specialists onsite to support those most in need of a therapeutic approach, and delivers a physical, creative and practical curriculum, with students also benefitting from access to leisure facilities and open green spaces. 

Additional Facilities

Wellbeing Room

Vocational Catering Facilities

Green Space

Free Gym Pass

Liverpool

Independent School

Employability Solutions Limited
15 Long Lane
Garston
Liverpool
L19 6PE

Liverpool

Post 16 Provision

Employability Solutions Limited
ACE Centre, 52 Wellington Street
Garston
Liverpool
L19 2LX

Ofsted Quotes

“Staff routinely go the extra mile to help families so that pupils can overcome their often considerable barriers to learning”

“Pupils make considerable improvements in their attendance after starting the school”

“Safeguarding and pastoral care are excellent. Pupils are protected and well supported by a vigilant and caring staff, who have their interests at heart”

“Pupils feel happy at this school. Leaders have established a friendly and supportive environment.”

“Many pupils arrive at the school low in self-esteem and confidence. They told inspectors that they feel valued and understood by staff in this setting. Teachers help pupils and students to gain confidence and believe in themselves again.”

“Pupils know that adults will help them if they have any worries or concerns. Leaders deal with any incidents of bullying effectively.”

“Leaders have designed an inspiring curriculum.”

“Leaders ensure that the additional needs of pupils with SEND are identified early. Teachers skilfully adapt the delivery of the curriculum so that pupils with SEND can learn well alongside their peers.”

“Leaders provide pupils with effective careers advice. Even though some pupils are only at the school for a relatively short period of time, they leave better prepared for their next steps.”

“Leaders are passionate about providing a range of enrichment experiences for pupils beyond the classroom.”

“Pupils learn how to manage potential risks to their safety.”

News & Resources

Humans of ES

As part of the anniversary, Employability Solutions have created a social art exhibition. Inspired by Humans of New York, the 20-image exhibition, called ‘Humans of ES’ was photographed by managing director, Chris Chinnock, and aims to convey...

read more
Q&A with Claire Cook

Q&A with Claire Cook

In honour of Neurodiversity Celebration week, our proprietor Claire, sat down to discuss her experiences with neurodiversity!Can you tell us about your experience with Neurodiversity and your diagnosis?I identify as an autistic woman with a formal diagnosis of ADHD...

read more

Start your journey with Employability Solutions today!