We like to ensure our homes are a family environment. We believe this works best with maximum of three young people per home.
Our homes can accommodate a maximum of three young people which allows us to provide a maximum level of support
We pay particular detail to best matches. By this we mean matching the needs of young people to the peer groups and our own skills to the needs of the children.
The structure of care for each home ensures we provide wrap around support
Resolute Care have extensive understanding of the challenges young people face and have interventions in place so that we are solution focussed in our practice.
We are an Outstanding Provider and have been since opening in 2015.
Named after the Willoughby family.
Sir Francis Willoughby completed the building of Wollaton Hall in 1588. The hall overlooks Willoughby House. The Willoughbys were noted for the number of explorers that they produced, most famously Sir Hugh Willoughby who died in the Arctic in 1554 attempting a North East passage to Cathay.
Named after David Attenborough who attended nearby Loughborough and Leicester University. Attenborough is considered to be a national treasure and his work in educating young people about nature and at least 15 species and genera, both living and extinct, have been named in Attenborough’s honour.
Named after William Jessop, the great 19th Century engineer. Jessop built many of the canals around the area and also built the Grand Canal of Ireland. Jessop was a very modest man. Unlike other engineers, he was not jealous of rising young engineers, but rather encouraged them. He would also recommend another engineer if he was too busy to be able to undertake a commission himself.
Named after Herbert Spencer who coined the phrase “Survival of the fittest”. Spencer was the single most famous European intellectual in the closing decades of the nineteenth century. He taught at nearby Trent College. Spencer came from a very ordinary background and had no formal education but rose to be one of the most respected intellects this country has produced.
The name Harrington is synonymous with the area and the name can be found in street names, bridges, schools and workplaces. Perhaps the most famous of these was Harrington Mill. The origins of the name go all the way back to the 18th Century when Charles Stanhope the 3rd Earl of Harrington became the Lord of the Manor. Harrington Mill was one of the largest Lace Making Mills in the country, and brought work, prosperity, education and better living conditions to the area.