Special Education programme
This is a bespoke education provision for young people aged 16-19 years, who are ‘deemed’ too challenging for a traditional education setting and, as a consequence, do not access schooling.
Our team looks at innovative ways, through a diverse program to re-engage the young people, developing them holistically by supporting and offering new, unique experiences in a variety of alternative sessions, through adventurous and experiential learning. The programme’s common themes are:
- To develop the learner’s life, confidence, independence, communication and social skills, enabling them to add long-term value to their lives, families and the wider community, gaining the ability to learn from experience.
- To control behaviours, make good choices and develop the self-esteem, resilience, and motivation to persist towards desired goals.
Currently, our services deliver to 6 young people across two specific cohorts; Looked After Children (LAC) Special Education and Additional Needs/Disability (SEND) Special Education, both with the same long-term targets of integrating them back into the community through volunteering, employment or day services.
For more information contact Dan Higgins, email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 07833 468 205.