We recognise that all young people have the potential to realise their aspirations.

The ethos of our Alternative Provision is instilling a readiness to learn and work, opportunity, accountability and respect in our learners.

We offer small group teaching with a high staff to learner ratio in a supportive and directed learning environment.

Our Aim

Our aim is to equip learners with the skills to become responsible citizens and to have a fulfilling adult life. This is achieved through a focus on becoming resilient learners and preparation to take vocational Pathways or Apprenticeships towards a future career.

At the end of the course?

You will be given a great deal of advice on your next steps. This will include the following:

  • Continue your education on a study programme of your choice
  • Look for an apprenticeship
  • Find work experience placements

Make today count:

  1. Seize every new opportunity
  2. Progress in everything you do
  3. Prepare for your future

The Study Programme

This programme is designed to help you develop skills and make choices about your future career and learning goals. You will be building on your own personal skills, while gaining a qualification which will prepare you for future opportunities.

The study programme is flexible and designed to develop social skills, team work and subject knowledge. During this course you will develop English and Maths skills which will help you achieve your future goals. You will be sitting a functional skills Maths and English exam at the end of the year resulting in a full City & Guilds qualification.

What our learners say:

“I’ve never done this much work before, anywhere, ever!”

“Thank you for believing in me.”

“This is the best place I’ve ever been. I like being in a smaller group with more staff.”

“You have helped me open the door to the future.”

“This is better than school because the classes are smaller and you’re treated like an adult.”

“I really like the staff.”

“I would recommend the College. I wish my sister could come here.”

“I have been happy here. I like the smaller groups and being treated as an adult. My behaviour has improved because of this.”