Our priority is to offer significant qualifications and life skills that can help bring about real change, equipping young people to re-engage in education.
Our core curriculum includes a clear focus on English, maths, ICT and personal, social development learning, which are accredited through Functional Skills and AIM Awards PSD, Employability and Vocational Pathway qualifications.
The KS3 Reset model is a form of early intervention which gives the pupil a break from the mainstream environment and gives the school a chance to look at appropriate strategies for their return. During the term with us the focus is to identify issues that cause conflict both at school and at home, work on emotional literacy and developing coping strategies to manage their behaviour.
Along with non-accredited programmes such as TLG’s Life Leadership programme, music, media, sport and art, we are able to offer a broad curriculum that can be tailored to individual needs and interests.
If you would like to see a detailed breakdown of academic performance or results, please contact the Head Teacher, who will be pleased to make this available to you.
Our centre seeks to educate young people about citizenship and cultural development that includes teaching about fundamental British values. We promote equality of opportunity and diversity for staff and pupils and do not tolerate prejudiced behaviour or attitudes.
Staff work hard to protect pupils from radicalisation and extremism by being open to discussion about these issues, and are swift to identify and respond to vulnerable pupils.