Year 11 are leaving and we are celebrating!
This year has been full of triumphs and successes. Duke of Edinburgh, Functional Skills level 1, GCSE maths, Film Making.
Community has been a great success for the students, allowing them to take time to express themselves and relax.
We have students attending voluntarily and full time for the first time in their education. This is perhaps our greatest achievement.
Thanks to everyone involved; students, parents, carers and staff.
It is important for our class to access all core subjects but in addition to this we offer an alternative environment for students who need extra support accessing learning and support in developing skills for moving on from school to post 16 education.
We also offer creative skills, for example video making and using various software, allowing the students to demonstrate their own individuality and look at the needs of others. All these skills are needed in a modern employment environment, allow expression of their own ideas and build confidence in their own ability
Matt uses his horticulture skills to teach the students gardening techniques but further, for them to appreciate the value of learning outside the classroom. Ask if they know how to cut grass, then ask them to cut yours!
We value the growth of our students, not only as learners but as successful people in the community. We place stock in building relationships with parents and the solid foundations in which we can support families and students alike. Support from our wellbeing team has led to success for our students in all aspects of their lives.