Education & Engagement
The Albion Foundation aims to engage a variety of young people; improving achievement, changing behaviour, increasing attendance, raising self-esteem and boosting confidence.
They work with a range of schools and partners.
The charity offers alternative provision; 'Time-Out' for Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils at their site.
Primary pupils at risk of exclusion and in need of 'Time-Out' from their mainstream school can be referred for up to two days per week.
The Foundation's curriculum offer includes literacy, numeracy, PE, PSHE, creative arts and positive well-being.
Primary 'Time-Out' aims to reintegrate pupils back into mainstream school with the tools to support successful transition.
Schools can refer Key Stage 3 pupils at risk of exclusion to 'Time-Out' for up to three days per week at The Albion Foundation.
Their Key Stage 3 curriculum offer includes English, maths, enterprise, PE, PSHE and life skills.
Similar to the primary support and intervention, Key Stage 3 'Time-Out' aims to reintegrate pupils back into mainstream school with the tools to support successful transition.
They offer individual schools support with disengaged Key Stage 4 pupils and can tailor programmes that including mentoring, positive well-being, employability and life skills.
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Brunt and Field on hand for 'priceless' Disability Awards12 December 2018
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Foundation spread festive cheer12 December 2018
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