Future Education

Future Education is an Independent Special School for boys and girls aged 13-16 that have been excluded from mainstream education and require specialist teaching, facilities, resources and adult support. To access the school’s own website please follow this link http://futureeducation.org.uk

About the Future Education

Future Education is one of the core areas of the Future Projects’ delivery and contributes significantly towards our vision of creating vibrant and string communities which are free from deprivation and disadvantage. The pupils we work with have experienced a number of barriers, challenges and problems which are likely to affect their life chances. The school provides a broad and balanced academic, personal and vocational education for pupils, primarily those with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs and/or other Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, in order to help them grow into successful adults.

Based in Norwich, the school accepts pupils from across Norfolk and Suffolk and provides a range of additional services in education, training, outreach and family support.

Key information about our school – at a glance:

Small classes – no more than 6 pupils in each class supported by a Qualified Teacher and at least one Teaching Assistant

Academic Qualifications – Pupils can access a range of Functional Skills, AQA Awards and GCSE qualifications in English, Maths, Science and other subjects

Pastoral Support – every pupil has a lead Teacher who is the key point of contact for pastoral issues and for the family

Vocational Learning – Pupils can access range of vocational on and off-site learning including trades, media and other activities – all of which are accredited

Therapeutic input – Therapists and clinical professionals provide additional support and implement ‘whole school secure base’ ethos and practice amongst staff

Wellbeing & relationships – The school views relationships and emotional wellbeing as vital to learning and works hard to build trust

Partnership working – Staff work closely with other agencies, pupils and their families to provide extra support and help in a range of areas

Engagement – staff go the extra mile to engage pupils in learning, through assertive outreach, activities, build up schedules and individualised curriculum and timetables

welcome to the Future

The Project works with hard-to-reach groups and empowers individuals to reach their full potential. Situated in the NELM area; an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators.

Future is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area.

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