What do we do?
- We help learners to engage and re-engage with learning
- We provide accessible and supported learning pathways for learners with mild to moderate challenges to their learning
- We use digital and social media technologies to scaffold learner led progress and attainment in a wide variety of subjects
Who is it for?
- We make provisions for Schools, Special Schools, PRUs, County Councils, LEA’s, parents, EHC holders, return to school learners, top up tuition, at home learning, academic support for ages 5-11, 12-16, 16-24.
What is our offer?
- We offer engagement, progression, qualifications and skills, and a variety of learning pathways
How do we do it?
- We use digital media technology to engage learners and to scaffold learner led learning
- We can follow and supplement traditional learning pathways such as GCSE, BTec, and ASDAN, however we also provide bespoke learning and training pathways in a wide variety of subject areas and interests.
- We combine face to face learning and the use of digital technologies in a variety of activities, settings, and environments. This can be at school, in our learning centres, at home (virtual), or in a combination of these locations.
Needs Driven Alternative Provisions
With over 20 years experience in the education sector, working with learners of all ages and backgrounds. We have focused on the engagement provisions whereby learners take ownership of their experience. These learners would otherwise struggle to attend engage or settle into mainstream schools. We have had a positive outcome with our learners based in Oxfordshire and we are expanding into Lincolnshire, adopting our experiences with local schools, learners and SEN.
To provide vehicles of engagement and re-engagement for pupils in KS3 & KS4
To work in partnership with schools and other community organisations to use football to promote social inclusion and development
Head of alternative provisions sports & media
Head of sports btec
Motivation & Application
Engagement & Reflection
Visual & Audio Reviews