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Remedy Education

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Remedy Education began life in 2015 with the sole purpose of providing bespoke and creative education to some of society’s most vulnerable young people. We believe that our student’s personal wellbeing is as important as their academic success.

Our provision aims to:

  • Allow all our students to achieve their academic potential whatever their struggles
  • Promote and enable our student’s self-esteem and self-belief
  • Provide bespoke education solutions for each of our students
  • Put the needs of the student first at all times and approach their education with the up-most integrity and professionalism
  • Maintain the highest standards of delivery in all subjects

Our Education Offer

We are currently able to provide the following qualifications:

  • Level One and Two OCR Functional Skills Numeracy

  • Level One and Two OCR Functional Skills Literacy

  • Level One and Two OCR Functional Skills ICT

  • iGCSE Maths (CIE)

  • iGCSE English (CIE)

  • iGCSE Art (CIE)

  • ASDAN Approved Centre (35 available courses) for Primary and Secondary age students

  • Bespoke PSHE / Post 16 Life Skills workshops

Many of our qualifications can be accredited at a location of the student’s choice. Home based examinations are available for students who struggle to attend examination centres or have difficulties leaving their home.

Who can use our service?

Our service is primarily aimed at young people with specific and specialist needs. We cover Austism Spectrum Disorder and behavioural issues and have extensive experience working with excluded pupils.

We provide support for Looked After Children (LAC), Excluded Children, Children in Alternative Provisions and SEN support. We are able to support children with or without EHC plans.

Age range/key stages covered

We are able to provide provision for 5-19 year old students.

Are there any costs?

The cost of provision is assessed during referral and is directly linked to the level of support required.

How do I refer?

All student referrals are evaluated on an individual basis and before any direct work with the student is undertaken Remedy Education conducts a series of induction processes. These include meeting with other professionals and schools, evaluating all available paperwork and finally meeting with the student and their parents/carers.

Remedy Education will only take on a new student if we feel we are able to meet all the needs of the placement outcomes and, most importantly, the student.

What happens when I become an adult?

Due to the bespoke nature of the provision we provide combined with the experience and qualifications of our staff we have enabled our students to achieve outstanding success.

In the last year our post-16 students have gone onto full time further education, apprentiships and full-time work. One particular success saw a student with a personal budget Education Health and Care Plan achieve 8 qualifications and enter the workplace with a full-time job.

Our students are able to take full advantage of our impartial careers guidance and work experience program facilitating a smooth transition into the career of their choice.

How do I find out more?

Email: info@remedyeducation.org.uk

Tel: 01543 320 359 / 07902 774 711

Website: Remedy Website

Who to contact

Contact Name
Remedy Education
Telephone
01543 320 359
07902 774 711
E-mail
info@remedyeducation.org.uk
Website
Remedy Education Website

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

All student referrals are evaluated on an individual basis and before any direct work with the student is undertaken Remedy Education conducts a series of induction processes. These include meeting with other professionals and schools, evaluating all available paperwork and finally meeting with the student and their parents/carers.

Remedy Education will only take on a new student if we feel we are able to meet all the needs of the placement outcomes and, most importantly, the student.

 

Last updated: 18 Jun 2020
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