This is a programme for disengaged individual pupils or small groups (maximum 12) with challenging behaviour, aimed at supporting them to succeed in sustained education and employment.
The programme is delivered to a variety of young people from schools, colleges, community centres, pupil referral units and young offender units.
We achieve our aims through high quality alternative provision, work readiness and learning, based on building effective relationships that enable achieving life skills and meaningful qualifications.
Examples of the programme’s success:
- Report from Alder High School.
- Case study from Denton Community College.
- Outcomes from Denton Community College.
- Feedback from ‘This Girl Can’ at Denton Community College.
Meet the team behind the programme here.
This is bespoke individual or small group work, aimed at targeted individuals at risk of ASB and Criminality.
This is a universal approach, providing a network of accessible sport and physical activity for young people aged 6-13yrs or 14-19yrs in New Charter neighbourhoods, in a 12 week period.
You can find our timetable of youth activity sessions here.
Find out more about our Greater Sports activity sessions here.
This intervention is designed to deliver a high quality, bespoke and engaging six week enrichment programme of activity. The intervention provides young people with the opportunity to try new activities in new environments and extend themselves further by facing new challenges to overcome. Activities can involve outdoor education, life skills, bike maintenance, swimming, trampolining, indoor climbing, indoor caving, high ropes, laser tag and many others that can be organised, by arrangement, for young people between the ages of 6-19 years.
We run the Active Citizenship Proficiency Scheme in partnership with Cobra Martial Arts Association. It is a programme for disengaged individual pupils or small groups (maximum of 12) with challenging behaviour, aimed at supporting them to succeed in sustained education and employment.
For more information about any of the above services, please contact Jonathan King, email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 07738 498 003.