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Outreach Programme - Primary

Our Primary School Outreach Programme is expanding on the success of our alternative provision and delivering it directly to your school. We are here to support schools in assisting individual students through various interventions such as Art Therapy, Sport therapy, Play and learn, and more. At KRS Education, we are committed to supporting education for all. Learn more…

Primary Alternative Provision

Its here at last, our primary alternative provision, with academic lessons, play and learn, and interventions of all kinds to support each student. With Art therapy, Sport therapy, play therapy, we work with anger and help mentor each young person. We support everything we do with reports for schools daily and weekly. Always supporting Education For All.

Sport in Primary Schools - Play and Learn

Looking to enhance your school’s sports program? Look no further! KRS offers time-saving, comprehensive multi-sport solutions. From PE lessons with lesson plans to after-school clubs and lunchtime activities, we’ve got your sports needs covered!

Secondary Alternative Provision

Welcome to KRS Education and our fantastic ever-growing secondary alternative provision. We combine life skills with qualifications, helping each young person to achieve their goals. Though growing, we maintain our maximum class size at a 1:6 ratio.

Support, Learning & Qualifications

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Science Fun

Functional Skills
Project Based learning

Art Therapy
Play Therapy
Bespoke Interventions and Support

Sheffield & Rotherham Alternative Provision

Flexible Learning

We believe in all students, we want to work and support young people and adults stopping the past defining their futures.

Primary Programmes

  • Early Intervention
  • SEND Sport Delivery
  • Mentoring Programme
  • Lunchtime Activities
  • Annual PE Support (Awesome)
  • After School Clubs
  • Multi-Sport Delivery
  • Fundamentals
  • Assembly Talks
  • Alternative Provision (kS2)

Secondary Programmes

  • Alternative Provision
  • SEMH Group
  • Elite Football Coaching
  • EHCP – Support
  • Academic and Curriculum
  • Project Based Learning
  • Work Experience

Adult Programmes

  • Upskilling Courses.
  • Adult Learning and Qualifications
  • Return to Work Support
  • Functional Skills Maths & English
  • ICT Training


Our focus is on supporting students across different age groups who possess an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or exhibit traits associated with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). It is crucial for these young individuals to have access to an environment that allows for adequate space and time to process information and requests.

Understanding EHCPs

This plays a pivotal role in our approach. We dedicate time to thoroughly review them, communicate with parents, and gain insights from the school regarding potential learning obstacles. For example, by addressing these barriers, we pave the way for students to progress towards their next educational milestones.

AP Programmes

13 Week Programme – Return to School

 Football Programme – Leads to Post 16 Scholarship

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Academic Learning

Interventions – Clear Goals

Sports & Arts and Crafts

Project Based Learning


Alternative Provision

We provide Alternative Provision services for both primary and secondary students. Of course, stakeholders have the option to approach us directly at KRS or alternatively go through Sheffield City Council.

Our approach focuses on understanding each student’s unique learning style and adapting our teaching methods accordingly. 


Martial Arts
Experiments (fun)
Escape Room
Street Dance


Art Therapy
Lego Therapy
Play Therapy
Social Skills
Anger Management


Primary Schools


Alternative Provision


School Mentoring Programme - Early Intervention


Sports Programme - Multi Sport Delivery - Reports


After School Clubs - Multi Sport Delivery



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Adult Learning

Popular Programs

Evening Classes

Business Studies

Functional Skills


Money Management - Course Adult Learning

We’ve got you covered, we educate how you prefer to learn. Whether that be in person, live online lessons or in your own time.


Business Incubator - Supporting business growth and Stability

Do you have a business idea unsure where to start, or you’ve started a business and its just not quite right. 
Then we have mentoring, education and maybe investment for you.

Upskilling and Learning - Adult Learning

Fancy a change, is the next promotion out of reach but you want to take the next step.  Why not let us help you. Focusing on your personal development is a great way to spend your time.

Additional Programmes & Activities

Support All Round


Catchup Learning


Additional Qualifications


Twilight Learning - With After School Activity


After School Clubs - Multi Sport Delivery

Sheffield Primary School Alternative Provision - Young student Learning

Over the last 12 months KRS Education have supported our Multi-Academy Trust to develop our extended school enrichment programme. They have provided after school and holiday camps, delivering a great variety of activities, offering mainstream sports, but also a diverse variety of inclusive physical-activities such as Glow in The Dark Dodgeball and Nerf Wars. It is great for a school to offer such a range of activities, attracting so many different children and encouraging more to be active beyond the school day. The coaches have been very professional, well prepared and with suitable experience to deliver each activity. I look forward to working with the KRS Education team next school year and developing our Extended School programme with more exciting activities.

John Bell

Extended Services Partnership Officer, Learners Trust

We have had these coaches in for the last two academic years now and have always been fantastic. They have been able to promote PE to a variety of different students: SEND, EAL, PP and have now had a huge impact on our high ability girls in Y1-Y3.
I have seen a positive impact of these sessions within the usual PE lessons and the enjoyment that the students get from these interventions has been paramount.
The main part of this impact has been seen in the students from the ARC (students with autism). Before these sessions, these students used to struggle with PE and being engaged within PE lessons. Now at the end of the year, there has been a clear change in their ability and engagement within lessons.
Will Taylor

PE Lead, Waverley Academy

‘KRS have supported PE development and CPD at Reignhead this year and will continue to do so next year.

KRS staff are experienced coaches who have worked with pupils, teachers and teaching assistants across all key stages. They have a very good understanding of the National Curriculum and have successfully followed (and made adaptations where necessary) to the school’s own PE curriculum. The coaches have formed very good working relationships with staff; currently working alongside our HLTAs – they observe and learn new techniques which they are then able to replicate in other PE lessons that they deliver. This has proven to be a very effective method of CPD and has been positively received by staff. We have extended this model to other teaching staff across school who expressed some need for CPD in the teaching of PE.

KRS are incredibly flexible and are always so accommodating when the need arises. They have happily been involved in Red Nose Days, World Book Days and Comic Relief – they are just so adaptable!

Always at the heart of KRS is the children…children always come first and this is what makes them such a special organisation of professional coaches.’

Caroline Fairfax

Deputy Headteacher, Reignhead Primary School

Thank you ever so much for coming in to school to support our staff INSET day. The team building activities we took part in where all great and the laughter could be heard from the other side of the school. The staff explained everything clearly, helped out where needed and got involved too. It gave us all an opportunity to work together, communicate and take part in some healthy competition. We’re very grateful.

Charlotte Vernon

Headteacher, Spire Junior School

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