Who is this provision for?
· Students in Years 10 and 11 who are failing to succeed or make expected progress in a mainstream school
· Students requiring intensive support from other agencies for criminal activity and/or substances misuse
· Students struggling with anxiety and poor confidence in larger settings
· Students disengaged from education
· Students who have been out of school
What we offer Young People in Years 10 and 11
On admission to Brunel College students will undertake our full induction process to ensure we have robust information about the young person’s cognitive, social and emotional and academic needs and ability. This data is then analysed, and a full review of their current curriculum is undertaken to identify strengths and any missed opportunities to make progress.
To ensure the young person has increased chances of success we personalise a varied curriculum offer for them to meet their individual needs. This is designed with an emphasis on improving literacy and numeracy, sequentially recuperating self-esteem through alternative learning opportunities and best preparing them for post-16 education, employment and/or training.
Our core academic curriculum offer focuses on English, Mathematics, Science, History and Art at qualification levels from Functional Skills through to GCSE’s. This academic offer is complimented by our broad range of options and vocational experiences and qualifications, targeting specific student requirements and potential post-16 destinations; delivered in conjunction with sector specific; industry recognised qualifications; work placements and vocational engagement activities, including:
Food & Cookery, SWEET program, RISE 61 Community gardening & landscaping, Active Hub Group Fitness Sessions, Bike Hub and Salisbury Impact MMA.
Anchoring this curriculum offer are our holistic therapeutic interventions aimed at aiding personal development, through the SWEET program which includes PSHE, SMSC, Citizenship. www.sweet.education