Suitable for students who have been permanently placed in an alternative education provision. The aim of this programme is to underpin personal and social development through learning in the outdoors and providing a positive learning experience.
What we offer
The Alternative Curriculum package is offered to small groups of young people who have been placed in a specialist school due to challenging behaviours or additional learning needs.
The programme is delivered on a weekly basis with either a half or full day session for a group of up to 7 young people. The group will be supported by two qualified instructors for a high level of care. We will collect the group from school, deliver an activity programme in the local area and then drop the group back to school.
During sessions, the group will work towards valuable accreditation and common goals to gain an understanding of social acceptance and self-awareness to promote positive choices.
Organisations continue to choose us to deliver the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and Sports Leaders Award. These Awards are highly regarded by employers and provide an excellent opportunity for students to learn, work as a team and discover new skills.
We provide the transport from school, this is what makes us unique – we offer fully facilitated programmes, reducing travel time and maximising learning.
- Choose from a half or full day programme;
- Maximum of 7 young people per session;
- Student transport is included;
- End of term reports and photo boards are provided.
Please call us on 0118 9712 769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss availability and prices.
Do you have students at risk of permanent exclusion or in transition from an exclusion? We offer a dedicated six week programme to support the reintegration back into mainstream education with our 6 Week Development Course
“What I witnessed was a truly outstanding piece of young people development using DofE as the vehicle. The young people that I assessed had a much better understanding of their personal development than I have seen in a long time.”
Adrian Barker, Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Assessor