Above all else, we aim to approach all of our young people with empathy by listening to their story, their thoughts needs and passions; and provide an environment that speaks to them. We recognise that our young people may associate a difficult challenge with the education environment from which they have come. This means less sitting at desks in silence listening to a teacher and more collaboration with peers in settings which reflect a real-world working environment with emerging technologies. This means smaller collaborative working groups around projects of interest where the teacher adopts a guiding role. This also means a caring staff body which adheres to a strict wellbeing commitment policy to ensure that your young people feel appropriately supported.
The sole intent of our three-stage curriculum is to transition all of our young people to their expected destination with a sense of fulfilment. Whether that means transitioning back to a mainstream education setting, further education or work, our environment, curriculum, and resources are developed to support and prepare students for their next step in life!